The aim of this study is to provide an answer to the following research questions:
1. What is the incidence of hypopituitarism after SAH, and what are its determinants?
2. What is a reliable screening method for detecting hypopituitarism after SAH?
3. What is the relation between SAH, hypopituitarism after SAH and fatigue?
4. How does hypopituitarism affect long-term functional outcome after SAH in comparison to common population?

D.W.J. Dippel (Diederik) , G.M. Ribbers (Gerard) , F. van Kooten (Fop) , M.H. Heijenbrok-Kal (Majanka)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
The research described in this thesis was supported by the Dutch Brain Foundation (grant number: grant no. 15F07.06) and pfizer, the Netherlands
Department of Neurosurgery

Khajeh, L. (2020, September 2). Hypopituitarism After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, Clinical course and determinants of functional outcome. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from