Endotext.org is the web-based source of information on endocrine disease written by physicians and directed to physicians around the world caring for patients with these problems. It is organized by Editor Leslie J De Groot, MD , Associate Editor Paolo Beck-Peccoz, MD, twelve Section Editors, and over 400 Authors. It is comprehensive, authoritative, constantly up-dated (last update 21 Feb 2015) , un-biased, and available without cost to physicians and trainees. All material may be freely downloaded for personal use. This site covers the broad area of Clinical Endocrinology, emphasizing clinical endocrine practice, including the most current information on the manifestations of endocrine disease, diagnosis and treatment. Endotext.org is the premier provider of well reviewed and organized clinical endocrine information on the Web.
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