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1. Principles of basic and clinical endocrinology
1.1:Endocrine Practice Fundamentals, Lynn Loriaux
1.2:Hormones and receptors: fundamental considerations, John W. Funder
1.3:Molecular aspects of hormonal regulation, Ken Siddle and Gemma Brierley
1.4:Endocrinology and evolution: lessons from comparative endocrinology, Janine A. Danks and Samantha J. Richardson
1.5:Hormones Across the Lifespan, James Gibney, Indi Banerjee, and Ken Ho
1.6:Pituitary assessment strategy, Brian Keevil, Peter Trainer, and William Drake
1.7:Endocrine autoimmunity, Simon Pearce and Catherine Owen
1.8:Common Features of Endocrine Tumours, Jerome Bertherat, Anne Jouinot, and Fidéline Bonnet-Serrano
1.9:Genetic Aspects of Endocrine Disease, Trevor Cole
1.10:Environmental Influences on Endocrine Disease, George Mastorakos, Markella Nezi, Djuro Macut, and Maria Papagianni
1.11:Endocrinology, sleep and circadian rhythms, Georg Brabant and H. Oster
1.12:Principles of Hormone replacement, Richard Ross
1.13:Prevention in endocrinology, Jonathan Valabhji and Rochan Agha-Jaffar
2. Pituitary and hypothalamic diseases
2.1:Functional anatomy of the hypothalamus and pituitary, John Morris
2.2:The neurohypophysis, Stephen G. Ball
2.3:Aetiology, pathogenesis, and management of disease of the pituitary
2.3.1:Development of the pituitary and genetic forms of hypopituitarism, Mehul T. Dattani and Louise C. Gregory
2.3.2:Molecular pathogenesis of pituitary tumours, Shlomo Melmed
2.3.3:Histopathology of pituitary tumours, Luis Syro, Kalman Kovacs, and Fabio Rotondo
2.3.4:Imaging of the pituitary, Jean-Francois Bonneville, Sonia Nagi, and Iulia Potorac
2.3.5:Hypopituitarism: replacement of adrenal, thyroid, and gonadal axes, Miles J. Levy, Ragini Bhake, and Narendra Reddy
2.3.6:Adult growth hormone deficiency, Jens Jørgensen
2.3.7:Surgery of pituitary tumours, Edward R. Laws Jr, David L. Penn, and Caroline S. Repetti
2.3.8:Pituitary radiotherapy, Naomi Fersht and Francesca Solda
2.3.9:Prolactinomas and hyperprolactinaemia (including macroprolactinaemia), Nicholas Tritos and Anne Klibanski
2.3.10:Acromegaly, John Wass, Peter J. Trainer, and Márta Korbonits
2.3.11:Clinically nonfunctioning pituitary tumours and gonadotropinomas, Nienke Biermasz and Wouter R. van Furth
2.3.12:Thyrotropinomas, Mark Gurnell, Olympia Koulouri, and Waiel Bashari
2.3.13:Pituitary carcinoma, Ann McCormack
2.3.14:Pituitary incidentalomas, Niki Karavitaki, Shu Teng Chai, and Shahzada Ahmed
2.4:Aetiology, pathogenesis, and management of diseases of the hypothalamus
2.4.1:Hypothalamic dysfunction (hypothalamic syndromes), Mehul Dattani, Hoong-Wei Gan, and Manuela Cerbone
2.4.2:Craniopharyngiomas, Niki Karavitaki
2.4.3:Perisellar tumours including cysts, hamartomas, and vascular tumours, Jürgen Honegger, Ulrike Ernemann, and Rudi Beschorner
2.4.4:Lymphocytic hypophysitis and other inflammatory conditions of the pituitary, Mark E. Molitch and Jelena Kravarusic
2.5:Pineal physiology and pathophysiology, including pineal tumours, Susan M Webb, Anna Aulinas, Cristina Colom, and José Barahona
3. The Thyroid
3.1:Evaluation of the thyroid patient
3.1.1:The history and iconography relating to the thyroid gland, Robert Volpé and Clark Sawin
3.1.2:Biosynthesis, transport, metabolism, and actions of thyroid hormones, W. Edward Visser
3.1.3:Clinical assessment of the thyroid patient, Inge Bülow Pedersen and Stig Andersen
3.1.4:Thyroid function tests and the effects of drugs, Ulla Feldt-Rasmussen
3.1.5:Nonthyroidal illness syndrome, Robin P. Peeters and Anita Boelen
3.1.6:Thyroid imaging: nuclear medicine techniques, Steen Bonnema and Laszlo Hegedüs
3.1.7:Thyroid imaging: nonisotopic techniques, Laszlo Hegedüs and Finn N. Bennedbæk
3.1.8:Epidemiology of thyroid disease and swelling, Mark P. J. Vanderpump
3.2:Aetiology of thyroid disorders
3.2.1:The complex genetics of thyroid disease, Terry Davies, Francesca Menconi, and Yaron Tomer
3.2.2:Environmental factors, Josef Köhrle
3.2.3:Iodine deficiency disorders, Michael B. Zimmermann
3.2.4:Radiation-induced thyroid disease, Shunichi Yamashita, Furio Pacini, and Rossella Elisei
3.2.5:Autoimmune thyroid disease, Anthony P. Weetman
3.2.6:Thyroiditis, Elizabeth N. Pearce and Alan Farwell
3.3:Thyrotoxicosis and related disorders
3.3.1:Clinical assessment and systemic manifestations of thyrotoxicosis, Claudio Marcocci and Filomena Cetani
3.3.2:Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis, Annie W. C. Kung and C.L. Cheung
3.3.3:Thyrotoxic storm, Leonard Wartofsky, Dorina Ylli, and Joanna Klubo-Gwiezdzinska
3.3.4:Subclinical hyperthyroidism, Simon Pearce
3.3.5:Causes and laboratory investigations of thyrotoxicosis, Francesco Latrofa and Paolo Vitti
3.3.6:Anti-thyroid drug treatment for thyrotoxicosis, Luigi Bartalena
3.3.7:Radio-iodine treatment of hyperthyroidism, Markus Luster and Michael Lassmann
3.3.8:Surgery for thyrotoxicosis, Nancy Dugal Perrier, Orlo Clark, and Sarah B. Fisher
3.3.9:Management of Graves hyperthyroidism, Jacques Orgiazzi
3.3.10:Graves orbitopathy and dermopathy, Wilmar M. Wiersinga
3.3.11:Management of toxic multinodular goitre and toxic adenoma, Dagmar Führer and Holger Jäschke
3.3.12:Management of thyrotoxicosis without hyperthyroidism, Wilmar M. Wiersinga
3.4.1:Clinical assessment and systemic manifestations of hypothyroidism, Massimo Tonacchera and Luca Chiovato
3.4.2:Causes and laboratory investigation of hypothyroidism, Ferruccio Santini
3.4.3:Myxoedema coma, Leonard Wartofsky, Dorina Ylli, and Joanna Klubo-Gwiezdzinska
3.4.4:Subclinical hypothyroidism, Bijay Vaidya and Chantal Daumerie
3.4.5:Syndromes of Resistance to Thyroid Hormone, Mark Gurnell, Carla Moran, and V. K. Chatterjee
3.4.6:Treatment of hypothyroidism, Birte Nygaard
3.5:Thyroid lumps
3.5.1:Pathogenesis of nontoxic goitre, Dagmar Führer and Holger Jäschke
3.5.2:Management of nontoxic multinodular goitre, Hans Graf and Gilberto Paz Filho
3.5.3:Management of the single thyroid nodule, Laszlo Hegedüs and Finn N. Bennedbæk
3.5.4:Pathogenesis of thyroid cancer, Massimo Santoro, Barbara Jarzab, Jolanta Krajewska, and Dagmara Rusinek
3.5.5:Pathology of thyroid cancer, Fulvio Basolo and Clara Ugolini
3.5.6:Papillary, follicular, and anaplastic thyroid carcinoma and lymphoma, Corin Badiu and Ruxandra Dobrescu
3.5.7:Medullary thyroid carcinoma, Friedhelm Raue and Karin Frank-Raue
4. Parathyroid, calcium, and bone metabolism
4.1:Parathyroid anatomy, hormone synthesis, secretion, action, and receptors, David Goltzman and Geoffrey N. Hendy
4.2:Hypercalcaemia, Claudio Marcocci, Federica Saponaro, and Filomena Cetani
4.3:Primary hyperparathyroidism, John P. Bilezikian
4.4:Familial Hypocalciuric Hypercalcemia Types 1-3 and Neonatal Severe Primary Hyperparathyroidism, Dolores Shoback and Muriel Babey
4.5:Hypocalcaemic disorders, hypoparathyroidism, and pseudohypoparathyroidism, Rajesh Thakker, Bart Clarke, and Fadil M. Hannan
4.6:Bones and the Kidney—The Practical Conundrum: Distinguishing Between Osteoporosis and the Bone Diseases that Accompany Chronic Renal Failure, Paul D. Miller and Michael Pazianas
4.7:Hypercalcaemic and hypocalcaemic syndromes in children, Laleh Ardeshirpour, Thomas O. Carpenter, and Cemre Robinson
4.8:Osteoporosis, Richard Eastell
4.9:Thyroid disorders and bone disease, Graham R. Williams, J. H. Duncan Bassett, Bernard Freudenthal, and Laura M. Watts
4.10:Paget s disease of bone, Socrates E. Papapoulos
4.11:Rickets and osteomalacia (acquired and heritable forms), Michael P. Whyte
4.12:Glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis, Gherardo Mazziotti, Ernesto Canalis, and John P. Bilezikian
5. The adrenal gland and endocrine hypertension
5.1:Adrenal imaging, Peter Guest
5.2:Adrenal surgery, Fausto Palazzo and Radu Mihai
5.3:Adrenal incidentaloma, Irina Bancos, Massimo Terzolo, and Wiebke Arlt
5.4:Adrenocortical cancer, Jérôme Bertherat, Rossella Libè, and Anne Jouinot
5.5.1:Genetics of phaeochromocytomas, paragangliomas, and neuroblastoma, Eamonn R. Maher and Ruth T Casey
5.5.2:Management of phaeochromocytoma and paragagnlioma, Henri Timmers
5.6.1:Genetics of primary aldosteronism and other steroid-related causes of endocrine hypertension, Maria Christina Zennaro, Fabio Fernandes-Rosa, and Sheerazed Boulkroun
5.6.2:Management of primary aldosteronism, Morris Brown and Will Drake
5.7:Cushing s syndrome, John Newell-Price
5.8.1:Genetics of Adrenal Insufficiency, Li Chan and Shwetha Ramachandrappa
5.8.2:Management of Adrenal Insufficiency, Wiebke Arlt
5.9.1:Genetics of congenital adrenal hyperplasia, Nils P. Krone
5.9.2:Modern management of congenital adrenal hyperplasia and prospects for the future, Richard J. Auchus
6. Neuroendocrine tumours and genetic disorders
6.1:Overview and Pathophysiology of Neuroendocrine Neoplasms, Guido Rindi and Rajaventhan Srirajaskanthan
6.2:Neuroendocrine tumour markers, Whaljit Dhillo and Paul Bech
6.3:Carcinoid syndrome , Rajaventhan Srirajaskanthan, Martyn E. Caplin, and Dominique Clement
6.4.1:Lung neuroendocrine tumours, Juan W. Valle, Kok Haw Jonathan Lim, and Wasat Mansoor
6.4.2:Non-functioning pancreatic neuroendocrine tumours, Juan W. Valle, Kok Haw Jonathan Lim, and Wasat Mansoor
6.5:Gastrinoma, Christos Toumpanakis and Martyn E. Caplin
6.6:Insulinoma and hypoglycaemia, Ashley Grossman and Ingrid YF Mak
6.7:Glucagonoma, Karim Meeran
6.8:Vasointestinal Polypeptide Secreting Tumours, Alia Munir
6.9:Somatostatinoma, John Wass
6.10:Imaging neuroendocrine tumours of the gastrointestinal tract/gastroenteropancreatic neuroendocrine tumours (GEP-NET), Prakash Manoharan
6.11:Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1, Rajesh V. Thakker
6.12:Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2a and 2b, Electron Kebebew, Douglas Wiseman, and Mustapha El Lakis
6.13:Familial syndromes and genetic causes of paraganglioma and phaeochromocytoma , Eamonn R. Maher and Ruth T. Casey
6.14:Carney s complex, Constantine A. Stratakis and Fabio Faucz
6.15:Molecular and Clinical Characteristics Of the McCune-Albright Syndrome, Michael A. Levine and Steven A. Lietman
6.16:Cowden syndrome, Charis Eng, Lamis Yehia, and Shreya Malhotra
7. Growth and development during childhood and adolescence
7.1:Growth and its Disorders
7.1.1:Recognising Normal and Disordered Growth, Gary Butler
7.1.2:Disorders of the GH-IGF Axis, Alexander A. L. Jorge, Fernanda A. Correa, and Renata C. Scalco
7.1.3:Short stature in children born small for gestational age, Anita Hokken-Koelega
7.1.4:Growth Disorders with no defined aetiology, Steve Chernausek and Minu George
7.1.5:Tall Stature, Lars Savendahl and Emelie Benji
7.2:Sex Development
7.2.1:Sex Determination and Differentiation, Olaf Hiort and Ralf Werner
7.2.2:Disorders of Sex Development (DSD) in the newborn, S. Faisal Ahmed and Salma R. Ali
7.2.3:Recognising Normal and Disordered Pubertal Development, Alan Rogol and John Fuqua
7.2.4:Pubertal Delay and Hypogonadism, Alan Rogol and John Fuqua
7.2.5:Precocious Puberty, Julianne Leger and Jean-Claude Carel
7.3:Transition In Endocrinology, Helena Gleeson and Rohana Wright
8. Female endocrinology and pregnancy
8.1:Normal female endocrinology and ovarian disorders
8.1.1:Neuroendocrinology of reproduction: the role of hypothalamus and pituitary, Chris McCartney and John Marshall
8.1.2:Ovarian and uterine development from fetal life to puberty, Terhi Piltonen and Juha Tapanainen
8.1.3:Menstrual cycle and ovulation, Gurkan Bozdag, Baris Ata, and Engin Türkgeldi
8.2:Evaluation of the female patient with suspected reproductive endocrine disorders
8.2.1:Clinical evaluation of patient with suspected reproductive endocrine disorders, Channa Jayasena, Steve Franks, and Rachel Roberts
8.2.2:Laboratory evaluation, Daniel Dumesic and Zain Al-Safi
8.3:Reproductive endocrine disorders
8.3.1:Disorders of gonadotrophin secreton, Sarah L. Berga
8.3.2:Hyperprolactinaemia, Julian R. E. Davis and Agnieszka Swiecicka
8.3.3:Premenstrual syndrome, Deepthi Lavu, Radha Indusekhar, and Shaughn O'Brien
8.4:Polycystic ovary syndrome and other androgen excess disorders
8.4.1:Polycystic ovary syndrome: definitions, phenotypes, prevalence and genetics, Bulent Yildiz and Sezcan Mumusoglu
8.4.2:Polycystic ovary syndrome: reproductive aspects, R Jeffrey Chang
8.4.3:Polycystic ovary syndrome: metabolic aspects, David Ehrmann and Susan Sam
8.4.4:Polycystic ovary syndrome: Hirsutism, Duarte Pignatelli, Ricardo Azziz, and Bulent Yildiz
8.5:Female hypogonadism and menopause
8.5.1:Female hypogonadism: premature ovarian insufficiency, Ephia Yasmin and Gerard S. Conway
8.5.2:Female hypogonadism: Endocrinology of the menopause and hormone replacement therapy, Dimitrios G. Goulis, Stavroula A. Paschou, and Panagiotis Anagnostis
8.6:Female infertility
8.6.1:Female Infertility and assisted reproduction, Adam Balen and Susie Jacob
8.6.2:Female infertility: fertility preservation, Kutluk Oktay and Enes Taylan
8.7:Hormonal contraception
8.7.1:Hormonal contraception, Jennifer Chin Bliss Kaneshiro
8.8:Exogenous factors and female repoductive health
8.8.1:Exogenous factors and female reproductive health: common extragonadal endocrinopathies affecting reproduction, Alessandra Gambineri and Daniela Ibarra-Gasparini
8.8.2:Exogenous factors and female reproductive health: nutrition and reproduction, Siew Lim, Aya Mousa, Soulmaz Shorakae, and Lisa Moran
8.8.3:Exogenous factors and female reproductive health: envrionment and reproduction, Evy Diamanti-Kandarakis and Eleni A Kandaraki
9. Endocrinology of pregnancy
9.1:Endocrine disorders of Pregnancy
9.1.1:General considerations relating to thyroid disease in pregnancy, Peter Taylor, LDKE Premawardhana, and John Lazarus
9.1.2:Management of thyroid disorders before assisted and spontaneous pregnancy, Kris Poppe, Flora Veltri, and David Unuane
9.1.3:Thyroid disease during pregnancy, Tim Korevaar and Robin Peeters
9.1.4:Management of thyroid disorders after pregnancy, Nobuyuki Amino and Naoko Arata
9.1.5:Thyroid disorders in newborns, infants and children, A. S. Paul van Trotsenburg Nitash and Zwaveling-Soonawala
9.1.6:Pituitary tumours in pregnancy, Mark Molitch and Wenyu Huang
9.1.7:Other disorders of the pituitary and hypothalamus in pregnancy, Paul Carroll, Niki Karavitaki, and Kirstie Lithgow
9.1.8:Adrenal disease in pregnancy, David Torpy, Michael O'Reilly, and Sunita De Sousa
9.1.9:Endocrine bone disease in pregnancy, Jeremy Cox and Stephen Robinson
9.1.10:Imaging of endocrine disorders in pregnancy, Sandra Lowe
10. Male Reproductive Endocrinology
10.1:Normal male reproductive endocrinology
10.1.1:Endocrine and local regulation of testicular hormone and sperm production, Ilpo Huhtaniemi and Jorma Toppari
10.1.2:Sex steroid actions in the Male, Dirk Vanderschueren, Leen Antonio, Nari Kim, and Frank Claessens
10.2:Evaluation of the male patient with suspected hypogonadism and/or infertility
10.2.1:Clinical evaluation, Bradley Anawalt
10.2.2:Endocrine evaluation, Jean-Marc Kaufman
10.2.3:Diagnostic Semen analysis, Jackson Kirkman-Brown and Sarah J Conner
10.3:Male reproductive endocrine disorders
10.3.1:Klinefelter s syndrome, Claus H. Gravholt
10.3.2:Adult Hypogonadism: Aetiology of Hypogonadism, Alvin Matsumoto and Radhika Narla of Treatments, Giovanni Corona, Mario Maggi, and Giulia Rastrelli induction of spermatogenesis, Michael Zitzmann Hypogonadism: Benefits of Testosterone Treatment, Shehzad Basaria and Thiago Gagliano-Juca of T Treatment, Adrian Dobs and Swaytha Yalamanchi
10.3.3:Management of Idiopathic male infertility, Herman J. Tournaye and Biljana Popovic-Todorovic
10.3.4:Hypothalamo-pituitary-testicular axis fucntion in systemic diseases and effects of medications, Mathis Grossmann, B. Yeap, and Gary Wittert
10.3.5:Management of sexual dysfunction, Vincenzo Rochira, Antonio R. M. Granata, and Cesare Carani
10.3.6:Hormonal male contraception, Stephanie Page and Maritza Farrant
10.3.7:Gynaecomastia, Glenn Braunstein
10.4:Exogenous factors and male reproductive health
10.4.1:Environmental influences on male reproductive health, Jorma Toppari
10.4.2:Androgen Misuse and Abuse, David Handelsman
11. Management of the Transgender Patient
11.1:Introduction to Transgender and Gender Diverse People, Jon Arcelus and Walter Bouman
11.2:Endocrine Treatment of Transgender Youth, Daniel Klink
11.3:Hormone Therapy in transgender women, Vin Tangpricha and Craig Sineath
11.4:Hormone therapy in transgender men, Guy T'Sjoen and Justine Defreyne
11.5:Fertility Options for Transgender Persons , Chloë De Roo and Guy T'Sjoen
12. Endocrine Responses to Systemic Diseases or Substance Use
12.1:Endocrinology of systemic disease
12.1.1:The endocrine response to stress, David Henley, Thomas Upton, and Stafford L. Lightman
12.1.2:Endocrinology in the critically ill, Greet Van den Berghe and Lies Langouche
12.1.3:Hormones and the kidney, David Johnson, Melissa Nataatmadja, and Yeoungjee Cho
12.1.4:The endocrinology of liver disease, Jacob George and Mohammed Eslam
12.1.5:Endocrine abnormalities in HIV infection, Steven K. Grinspoon and Takara Stanley
12.1.6:The endocrinology of anorexia nervosa, Karen Miller
12.2:Endocrine Complications of Substance Misuse
12.2.1:Endocrinology and alcohol, Marc Walter and Margit Proescholdt
12.2.2:Use and abuse of performance-enhancing hormones in sport, Peter Sonksen and Richard Holt
12.2.3:Effect of Opioids on Adrenal and Reproductive Endocrinology, Ashley Grossman, Eleni Armeni, and Bernard Khoo
13. Endocrinology of cancer
13.1:Endocrine Disorders Caused by Cancer or its Treatment
13.1.1:Metastatic Disease in Endocrine Organs, Thomas Papathomas and Vania Nose
13.1.2:Paraneoplastic endocrine syndromes, David W. Ray
13.1.3:Long-term endocrine sequelae of cancer therapy, Claire Higham and Rob Murray
13.1.4:Endocrine complications of biological cancer therapies, Carla Moran
13.2:Hormonal therapy for breast and prostatic cancers
13.2.1:The breast: lactation and breast cancer as an endocrine disease, Rob Clarke and Alice Greenhalgh
13.2.2:Endocrine treatment of breast cancer, Amna Sheri and Laura Morrison
13.2.3:Hormonal Therapy for Prostate Cancer: Molecular basis of efficacy and therapeutic bypass, Irina A. Vasilevskaya, Matthew J. Schiewer, and Karen E. Knudsen
14. Obesity, lipids, and metabolic disorders
14.1.1:The Physiology of Bodyweight Regulation, Anthony Coll
14.1.2:Obesity as a Public Health Problem, Adrian Bauman
14.1.3:Medical Complications of Obesity , Rachel Batterham and Friedrich Jassil
14.1.4:Dietary and Medical Management of Obesity, John Wilding and Jonathan Lim
14.1.5:Metabolic Surgery, Francesco Rubino, Vivian Anastasiou, Luca Ferraro, Dalal Qanaq, and Ghassan Chamseddine
14.1.6:Assessment of Obesity in Children, Sadaf Farooqi
14.1.7:Management of Obesity in Children and Young People, Russell Viner and Billy White
14.1.8:Planning obesity care pathways, Nick Finer
14.2:Lipoprotein metabolism and dyslipidaemia
14.2.1:Lipoprotein metabolism, Bo Angelin and Paolo Parini
14.2.2:Genetic forms of dyslipidaemia, Stefano Romeo, Bo Angelin, and Paolo Parini
14.3:Other metabolic disorders
14.3.1:Hyperinsulinaemic Hypoglycaemia, Khalid Hussain and Sonya Galcheva
14.3.2:Autoimmune Hypoglycaemia , Phillip Gorden and Noemi Malandrino
14.3.3:Disorders of carbohydrate metabolism, Robin H. Lachmann
14.3.4:Haemochromatosis And Other Inherited Diseases Of Iron Metabolism, Yves Deugnier and Edouard Bardou-Jacquet
14.3.5:The porphyrias, Michael N. Badminton and Danja Schulenburg-Brand
15. Diabetes mellitus
15.1:Introduction to Diabetes Mellitus
15.1.1:Physiology of glucose homeostasis, Shanta Persaud and Peter Jones
15.1.2:Classification and diagnosis of diabetes mellitus, Stephen Colagiuri and Crystal Man Ying Lee
15.2:Aetiopathogenesis and Diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes
15.2.1:Epidemiology and Public Health, Elizabeth J. Mayer-Davis and Daria Igudesman
15.2.2:Presentation and Natural History, Augustin Brooks
15.2.3:Pathogenesis, Richard Oram, Susan Wong, and Ayat Bashir
15.3:Aetiopathogenesis and Diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes
15.3.1:Epidemiology and Public Health, Sarah Wild and Jackie Price
15.3.2:Presentation and Natural History, Roy Taylor
15.3.3:Pathogenesis, Mark Walker, Xuefei Yu, and Amalia Gastaldelli
15.4:Non Type 1, Non Type 2 Diabetes
15.4.1:Diagnosis of non type 1, non type 2 forms of diabetes, Katherine Owen
15.5:Principles of Management of Diabetes
15.5.1:Structured Education, Simon Heller and Jackie Elliott
15.5.2:Glucose Monitoring and Sensing, John Pickup and Nick Oliver
15.5.3:Insulins and insulin delivery devices, Pratik Choudhary and Peter Jacob
15.5.4:Non-insulin glucose lowering agents, Clifford Bailey and Melanie Davies
15.5.5:Hypoglycaemia in the treatment of diabetes mellitus, Stephanie Amiel
15.6:Evidence-based Management of Type 1 Diabetes
15.6.1:Strategies for management of type 1 diabetes, Peter Hammond and Fiona Campbell
15.6.2:Psychological and Behavioural Aspects of Type 1 Diabetes Management, Christel Hendrieckx and Jane Speight
15.6.3:Immunotherapy for type 1 diabetes, Colin Dayan and Danijela Tatovic
15.6.4:Transplantation (islet and solid organ), Peter Senior, Martin Drage, Anneliese Flatt, and Chris Callaghan
15.7:Evidence-based Prevention and Management of Type 2 Diabetes
15.7.1:Strategies for management of type 2 diabetes, Peter Winocour and Sagen Zac-Varghese
15.7.2:Psychological and Behavioural Aspects of Type 2 Diabetes Management, Jane Speight and Tim Skinner
15.7.3:Type 2 diabetes in different ethnic groups, Kamiesh Khunti and Nitin Narayan Gholap
15.7.4:Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes, Nicholas Wareham
15.8:Emerging Approaches to Restoring Euglycaemia in Diabetes
15.8.1:Regenerative medicine for diabetes, Michael White, Timothy J. Kieffer, and Cara Ellis
15.8.2:Closed loop, Roman Hovorka and Charlotte Boughton
15.9:Emergency and Hospital management of Diabetes
15.9.1:Hyperglycaemic Emergencies, Ketan Dhatariya
15.9.2:Management of the inpatient with diabetes mellitus, Gerry Rayman
15.9.3:Care of diabetes in ICU and peri-sugery, Greet Van Den Berghe and Jan Gunst
15.10:Specialised Management of Other forms of Diabetes
15.10.1:Monogenic forms of diabetes resulting from beta cell dysfunction, Andrew Hattersley, Kashyap Patel, and Rachel Besser
15.10.2:Lipodystrophies and severe insulin resistance, Anna Stears, David B. Savage, and Stephen O'Rahilly Secondary to Pancreatic Disease, Phil Weston Secondary to Endocrine Disorders, Jeremy Tomlinson
15.10.4:Diabetes in Pregnancy, Helen Murphy and Jennifer M Yamamoto
15.11:Psychiatry and Diabetes
15.11.1:Type 1 diabetes and Psychiatry, Khalida Ismail, Christopher Garrett, and Marietta Stadler
15.11.2:Type 2 diabetes and Psychiatry, Khalida Ismail, Hermione Price, Marilia Calcia, Calum Moulton, and Clare Whicher
15.12:Microvascular Complications of Diabetes
15.12.1:Pathogenesis of Microvascular Complications, Angela Shore
15.12.2:Retinopathy, Peter Scanlon
15.12.3:Diabetic Nephropathy, Luigi Gnudi and Sally Marshall
15.12.4:Diabetic Neuropathy, Solomon Tesfaye and Jing Wu
15.13:Macrovascular Disease in Diabetes
15.13.1:Mechanisms of macrovascular disease in diabetes, Mark Kearney, Peysh Patel, and Richard Cubbon
15.13.2:Macrovascular disease in type 2 diabetes, Naveed Sattar
15.13.3:Macrovascular disease in type 1 diabetes, John Petrie
15.13.4:Diabetic dyslipidaemia, Bruno Vergès
15.13.5:Hypertension in diabetes mellitus, Bryan Williams
15.14:The Diabetic Foot
15.14.1:Modern management of diabetes-related foot disease, Frank Bowling and Andrew Boulton
15.15:Delivery of Diabetes Care
15.15.1:Diabetes service organisation, Jonathan Valabhji
15.15.2:Health Economics of Diabetes Care and Prevention, Philip Clarke and Tom Lung

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• New Editorial team and international expert team

• John Wass, Professor of Endocrinology, Department of Endocrinology, Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolism, Churchill Hospital, Oxford, UK.
• Wiebke Arlt, Director of the Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research, Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research, University of Birmingham; Centre for Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Birmingham Health Partners, Birmingham, UK.
• Robert Semple, Professor of Translational Molecular Medicine, University of Edinburgh Centre for Cardiovascular Science, Queen's Medical Institute, Edinburgh, UK