A 14.3-year-old girl presents to her GP with depression, lethargy, not paying attention at school, and being socially withdrawn.
We are delighted to announce the upcoming Springer Healthcare IME Symposium, entitled Insights into MAnaging Growth for Endocrine Nurses (IMAGE). This meeting will take place on the 21–22 March 2024 at the Westminster Hotel and Spa, Nice, France.
Find out more about this group of rare autosomal recessive conditions affecting the adrenal cortex called Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH).
A whole-exome sequencing study has identified novel genes involved in the development of spontaneous congenital hypopituitarism in a large group of unrelated children from Argentina.
Phase 2 trial results support use of the melanocortin-4 receptor agonist setmelanotide for the treatment of rapid excess weight gain and hunger in patients with hypothalamic obesity.
Most transgender adolescents treated with a gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonist plus oestradiol or testosterone reach an adult height that is within 2 standard deviations of that expected for their sex assigned at birth, research shows.
Children and adolescents with congenital adrenal hyperplasia appear to have impaired psychosocial quality of life, particularly in the school domain, while physical QoL is preserved, suggest findings of a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Join Professor Martin Savage and expert colleagues for this series of interviews as they explore different perspectives and insights into how to successfully implement precision medicine into the management of paediatric endocrine disorders.

Open Access Article Now Available

Digital technologies to improve the precision of paediatric growth disorder diagnosis and management

View the article published in the Growth Hormone & IGF Research journal that summarises the webinar discussion on the role of digital health in growth disorders.

Martin Savage
Programme Director
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