Neuroendocrine Disorders

Neuroendocrine cancer is a malignant tumour that starts in neuroendocrine cells. Neuroendocrine tumors most commonly occur in the intestine, where they are often called carcinoma tumors.  Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors form in hormone-making cells (islet cells) of the pancreas. They may or may not cause signs or symptoms. Neuroendocrine small cell cancer accounts for approximately 15% of bronchogenic carcinomas.

Neuroendocrine disease effects the connection between nervous system and endocrine system. This is either due to excessive production of hormones or due to the low production of hormones. The cells may divide rapidly in the neuroendocrine cells leading to malignant neuroendocrine tumors traumatic brain injury (TRI) is the most common caused in the people suffering with neuroendocrine disorders. Some of the diseases of neuroendocrine disorders include diabetes insipidius, kallman syndrome  and neuroendocrine tumors which are known as endocrine neoplasams that arise from endocrine system related to nervous system. The neuro endocrine system operates each and every system of the body including reproduction and production of growth hormones. The result of the disorder will cause reduced electric impulses due to which the person may have vision problems, dyslexia, inability to speak etc. The neuroendocrine tumors are mostly seen in intestine and pancreas

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  • Neuroendocrine large and small cell cancer
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