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Recently whether adrenocortical hormone can be used in the treatment of cervical spinal cord injury and how to use it has become controversial.8,9 One of the recent experimental study showed that the early use of high-dose glucocorticoids after cervical spine fracture combined with spinal cord injury could reduce or delay secondary injury and improve the prognosis.10
Aldosterone is an adrenocortical hormone. It is generated by the adrenocortical globular zone.
* Suppression of the adrenocortical hormone: This can emerge as a result of the inhibition of 11-p hydroxylase enzyme.
With diagnosis and appropriate adrenocortical hormone replacement, normal quality of life and longevity can be achieved2.