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
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Department of Neurosurgery

Khajeh, L. (2020, September 2). Hypopituitarism After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, Clinical course and determinants of functional outcome. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/129695