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Which patients need to be aware of timing when they’re collecting samples for the comprehensive DUTCH test?CorrectIncorrect
What inputs should patients avoid when taking the DUTCH test?CorrectIncorrect
Patients should avoid all exogenous hormones and steroids right before and during the DUTCH test.CorrectIncorrect
High free cortisol corresponds with which pathological condition(s)?CorrectIncorrect
Midnight cortisol saliva readings are used as a way of differentiating between Cushing’s disease and pseudo-Cushing’s syndrome.CorrectIncorrect
What symptom characterizes patients with flipped diurnal rhythm?CorrectIncorrect
What condition(s) are associated with low free cortisol?CorrectIncorrect
Most cases of very low or flat-line cortisol that you will see are caused by Addison’s disease.CorrectIncorrect
The strength of the DUTCH test is differentiation of free and metabolized cortisol.CorrectIncorrect
What biomarker is elevated in obese patients?CorrectIncorrect