Addisonian Crisis, also as acute adrenal crisis or acute adrenal insufficiency, is caused by lack of a hormone called cortisol. An Adisonian crisis can occur when the adrenal gland is weakening which is generally caused by Addison disease or primary adrenal insufficiency. The symptoms of an Adisonian crisis consist of unintentional weight loss, darkening of skin, extreme fatigue, and this crisis can happen suddenly. A crisis occurs in about 25% of people with Addison’s Disease. If a crisis happens medical attention is necessary.
Addisonian Crisis Bioinformatics Tool
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