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Table 1 Laboratory data of the present patient

From: A case of autonomous cortisol secretion in a patient with subclinical Cushing’s syndrome, GNAS mutation, and paradoxical cortisol response to dexamethasone

Variable, unit Value Reference range Variable, unit Value Reference range
<Blood examination> <Urine analysis>
Fasting plasma glucose, mg/dL 111 73–109 Free cortisol, μg/day 73.5 11.2–80.3
Hemoglobin A1c, % 7.7 4.9–6.0 Androsterone, mg/day 0.31 0.4–3.00
Na, mmol/L 143 138–145 Etiocholanolone, mg/day 0.56 0.30–2.50
K, mmol/L 3.3 3.6–4.8 Dehydroepiandrosterone, mg/day 0.02 0.04–2.60
Cl, mmol/L 105 101–108 11-OH-Androsterone, mg/day 0.4 0.22–1.60
ACTH (0900 h), pg/mL 3.1 7.2–63.3 11-OH-Etiocholanorone, mg/day 0.27 0.02–0.65
ACTH (2300 h), pg/mL 2.5 N/A 11-keto-Androsterone, mg/day 0.01 < 0.07
Cortisol (0900 h), μg/dL 10.6 4.0–18.3 11-keto-Etiocholanolone, mg/day 0.1 0.03–0.50
Cortisol (2300 h), μg/dL 11.4 < 5.0    
Dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate, μg/dL 129 12–133 <Adrenal venous sampling>
Total testosterone, ng/mL 0.26 0.11–0.47 Cortisol (rt. adrenal vein), μg/dL 361  
Corticosterone, ng/mL 2.36 0.12–8.48 Cortisol (lt. adrenal vein), μg/dL 380  
Deoxycorticosterone, ng/mL 0.09 0.03–0.33 Cortisol (inferior vena cava), μg/dL 33.6  
PRA, ng/mL/h 0.2 0.3–2.9 PAC (rt. adrenal vein), pg/mL 10,900  
PAC, pg/mL 88.3 29.9–159 PAC (lt. adrenal vein), pg/mL 13,000  
    PAC (inferior vena cava), pg/mL 328  
  1. Adrenal venous sampling was performed while administering continuous intravenous infusion of ACTH (50 μg/hour). Text in parentheses indicate the location of blood sampling
  2. ACTH, adrenocorticotropic hormone; PRA, plasma renin activity; PAC, plasma aldosterone concentration