Patient Subgroups With a Higher Prevalence of Hypercortisolism

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The panel emphasizes the importance of early identification of patients based on subgroups, such as those with difficult-to-control diabetes, hypertension, and bone issues, highlighting that the inability to lower a patient's insulin dosage is a significant risk factor for hypercortisolism.

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