Dwarfism can also be a topic you have to write key points about the disease and I can give a few notes from my powerpoints to add. Diagnosis: history, physical examination, serum hormone levels, brain computed tomography, pituitary magnetic resonance imaging, vision testing, and X-rays Treatment: lifelong hormone replacement, resolve underlying cause if possible, other hormone-specific strategies (e.g., infertility treatments, counseling), endocrinologist consult, and wear a medical alert braceletProgressive disorder that can occur suddenly but usually develops slowlyManifestations: fatigue, headache, cessation of menstruation, infertility (in women), decreased libido, low tolerance for stress, muscle weakness, nausea, constipation, weight loss or gain, anorexia, abdominal discomfort, cold sensitivity, visual disturbances, loss of body or facial hair, joint stiffness, hoarseness, facial puffiness, thirst, excess urination, hypotension, short stature, and delayed growth and development