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However, the pituitary scan was normal. Dr. House ordered a [[somatostatin]] analog, which would clear the steroids from his system well before his football game.{{Dialogue a-b|Daryll|I've never done steroids|Taub|Well, somehow your GnRH got elevated. This will help get it back down.|Daryl tries to explain away his hormone levels}}
 
However, the pituitary scan was normal. Dr. House ordered a [[somatostatin]] analog, which would clear the steroids from his system well before his football game.{{Dialogue a-b|Daryll|I've never done steroids|Taub|Well, somehow your GnRH got elevated. This will help get it back down.|Daryl tries to explain away his hormone levels}}
   
However, Daryl denied ever using steroids. Dr. Taub explained his GNRH was elevated. However, his mother didn’t believe him either. Daryl maintained his innocence and all of a sudden, he became [[tachycardia|tachycardic]]. Dr. Taub ordered him to lie back on his bed. Dr. Taub called for [[adenosine]] and a [[crash cart]]. He also realized the tachycardia ruled out steroid abuse.
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However, Daryl denied ever using steroids. Dr. Taub explained his GNRH was elevated. However, his mother didn’t believe him either. Daryl maintained his innocence and all of a sudden, he became [[tachycardia]]. Dr. Taub ordered him to lie back on his bed. Dr. Taub called for [[adenosine]] and a [[crash cart]]. He also realized the tachycardia ruled out steroid abuse.
   
 
Dr. Foreman reported that the patient had suffered from a [[Paroxysmal attack|paroxysmal]] tachycardia, but they had managed to restore [[sinus rhythm]]. He was considering an [[EKG]] and a [[sestamibi scan]]. The team proceeded with tests, but there didn’t seem to be anything wrong with Daryl’s [[heart]]. Dr. Foreman thought it might be a [[PFO]]. It allowed [[oxygen]]ated and de-oxygenated blood to mix and [[clot]], causing the issues with the heart and brain. However, Dr. Foreman’s brother [[Marcus Foreman]] was there and thought it might be the same thing that killed another college athlete, which Dr. Taub remembered was a [[hypertrophic cardiomyopathy]]. Dr. House agreed it made sense and ordered a [[stress test]] despite the risk of [[cardiac arrest]].
 
Dr. Foreman reported that the patient had suffered from a [[Paroxysmal attack|paroxysmal]] tachycardia, but they had managed to restore [[sinus rhythm]]. He was considering an [[EKG]] and a [[sestamibi scan]]. The team proceeded with tests, but there didn’t seem to be anything wrong with Daryl’s [[heart]]. Dr. Foreman thought it might be a [[PFO]]. It allowed [[oxygen]]ated and de-oxygenated blood to mix and [[clot]], causing the issues with the heart and brain. However, Dr. Foreman’s brother [[Marcus Foreman]] was there and thought it might be the same thing that killed another college athlete, which Dr. Taub remembered was a [[hypertrophic cardiomyopathy]]. Dr. House agreed it made sense and ordered a [[stress test]] despite the risk of [[cardiac arrest]].
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