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Daesman N. Suri MD

Endocrinologist
Academic Endocrinology, Metabolism and Nutrition, Inc.
Wheaton, IL

About Daesman N. Suri MD

Daesman Suri, MD, is an endocrinologist at Academic Endocrinology and Metabolism in Wheaton, IL. She completed her undergraduate education at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology before earning her medical degree at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.

 

Dr Suri completed a residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in endocrinology at the University of Chicago Hospitals. Dr. Suri was also a research fellow with the General Clinical Research Center at the University of Chicago, where part of her research included investigating therapies for Cushing's disease.

Her professional affiliations include The Endocrine Society and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists.

Publications

Heimann R, Ferguson D, Powers C, Suri D, Weichselbum RR, Helmann S. Race and Clinical Outcome in Breast Cancer in a Series with Long-term Follow-Up Evaluation. J Clin Oncology. 1997; 15(6):2329-2337.

Suri D, Eggleston B, Rudberg M. Demographics and Functional Correlate Associated with Care Directive Use in a Nursing Home Population. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 1999;54( 5):M1-M5.

Suri D, Weiss R. The Effect of Pioglitazone on ACTH and Cortisol Secretion in Cushing’s Disease. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2005;90(3):1340-6.

Suri D, Alonso M, Weiss R. ACTH-Independent Bilateral Macronodular Adrenal Hyperplasia and Severe Congestive Heart Failure: Chicken or Egg. J Endocrinol Investig. 2005;29 (10).

Suri D, Moran J, Hibbard J, Weiss R. Assessment of Adrenal Reserve in Pregnancy: Defining the Normal Response to the ACTH Stimulation Test. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2005;91(10): 3866-3872.

Articles Reviewed by Daesman N. Suri MD

Antithyroid Medications for Hyperthyroidism
Learn more about antithyroid medications, a common treatment for hyperthyroidism, in this article. They prevent the thyroid from producing excess amounts of hormone.
Hyperthyroidism Complications
Uncontrolled hyperthyroidism can lead to serious complications, especially for your heart. If you don’t treat hyperthyroidism, you run the risk of developing heart arrhythmia and other cardiovascular problems. You may also develop osteoporosis.
Treatments for Hyperthyroidism
There are a number of hyperthyroidism treatments available. This article offers brief explanations on the most common treatments: anti-thyroid medications, radioactive iodine, and surgery. Beta blockers, lesser-used medications, are also described.
Radioactive Iodine for Hyperthyroidism
Radioactive iodine treats hyperthyroidism by gradually shrinking the thyroid—ultimately destroying the gland.
Hyperthyroidism Symptoms
The symptoms of hyperthyroidism include weight changes, heart palpitations, and nervousness. Learn what other symptoms are caused by excessive amounts of thyroid hormones in your body.

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