New Edition of "Evidence-Based Endocrinology"
MAYWOOD, Il. -- Loyola University Health System endocrinologist Dr. Pauline Camacho is co-editor of one of the most widely read books in endocrinology, which recently came out in its second edition.
The pocket-sized Evidence-Based Endocrinology is a quick-reference handbook that provides evidence-based recommendations for diagnosis and treatment of endocrine disorders.
Pauline and co-authors Dr. Glen Sizemore and Dr. Hossein Gharib summarize the latest and best clinical studies supporting the practice recommendations. It is written for general practitioners and trainees, as well as endocrinologists.
Camacho proposed the idea to publisher Lippincott Williams & Wilkins when she was a resident at Loyola. Camacho also is co-author of the handbook Osteoporosis: A Guide for Clinicians.
Camacho is an associate professor in the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. Sizemore is an emeritus professor in the same division. Gharib is an endocrinologist at the Mayo Clinic.