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Dr. Burman leads the endocrinology team at the MedStar Pituitary Center. "Dr. Burman is an IHA doctor dedicated to providing the best possible care for you and your loved ones. "Dr.

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Dr. Kenneth D. Burman, MD

Dr. Kenneth Burman has many years of research and treatment of all hypophysis diseases. His specialty is hypophyseal endo-crinology with expert knowledge in the treatment of hyperthyroidism. Dr. Burman heads the endocrinological research group at the MedStar Medical Center. Dr. Burman is conducting some of the latest research on hypophyseal diseases and examining better methods of treatment for hypophyseal cancers.

Together with his teammates he is working for the best possible treatment. Dr. Burman's research is vital to advance the treatment of hypophyseal diseases in the 21st century. Dr. Burman, a pensioned Army Major, is Medical Director at Georgetown University and Head of the Endocrinology Scholarship Program at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital.

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Keneth Burman, MD, is Executive Vice President of the Endocrine Section at the MedStar Washington Hospital Center (MWHC) in Washington, DC. He has been appointed to the Executive Board of the Integrated Endocrine Fellow Training Program, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and MWHC; Associate Professor of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS); and Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Georgetown University.

Dr. Burman has been involved in the field of research on tropical and translated diseases of the nervous system for almost 30 years and has written more than 250 articles. He is particularly interested in Graves' diseases, Hashimoto's-throiditis, and cancers of the glands. Dr. Burman has contributed to the release of the first global guidance for the care and therapy of ATC, which has been released in Tatroid (2012;22:1104-1139).

Mr. Roth has won many acclaimed awards, such as the Van Meter Prize and the Paul Starr Prize, which is presented by the American Thyroid Association (ATA) for outstanding research achievements. Mr. Bishop was Chairman of the ATA and was appointed Master by the American College of Physicians.

Dr. Burman is an associate journalist with Thyroid and vice publisher of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. During his entire professional life, Dr. Burman has served in executive positions on Endocrine Society and ATA boards. Dr. Burman is often guest lecturer at faculties of medicine, symposia and meetings throughout the world.

Dr Burman absolvierte die University of Missouri Medical School. In 1972 he received a specialist training in internal medicine at Barnes Hospital (Washington University, St. Louis, MO) and in 1974 a scholarship for endocrinology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC). While at WRAMC, he was Head of Endocrinology, Specialist in Endocrinology at the General Surgeon, as well as Endocrinology and Medical Director at USUHS.

Dr. Burman retired from the army in 1994 and became a member of MWHC. In the treatment of differential T. gland carcinoma with radio iodine, it is necessary to increase the level of T. hormone-depleting T. hormone-serum (THW) or the application of precombinant TSH (rhTSH). PUBLICATED IN Endocrine Practice (2012 Nov 27:1-26), Dr. Burman and peers compared the effectiveness and side effect of rhTSH-supported vs THW-supported radio iodine treatment in remote metastatic subjects with differential gland cancers.

Dr. Burman co-authored this paper, which was featured in Medical Clinics of North America (2012;96:283-95). Drugs-related diseases of the hypothyroid gland are widespread in the clinic. Some of the drugs that can affect your body's ability to fight hyperthyroidism are discussed in this paper.

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