Depression and lethargy: A latent endocrine problem?

Case study introduction A 14.3-year-old girl presents to her GP with depression, lethargy, not paying attention at school, and being socially withdrawn. Her parents are worried as she was previously a bright, bubbly girl, with lots of friends. You start by taking a history from the family and ask questions about how the girl is […]

Gender dysphoria

After experiencing gender dysphoria from age 6, Patient X is referred at age 14 years to the gender identity service by their GP.

Precocious Puberty

A 4-year-old boy of Bangladeshi origin was referred to paediatric endocrine clinic by his community paediatrician due to concerns of precocious puberty.

Gonadal dysgenesis

A 4-year-old girl is referred to the local paediatric endocrine unit with signs of pubertal development.

Puberty

A 4-year-old girl is referred to the local paediatric endocrine unit with signs of pubertal development.

Growth disorder

A 14-year-old boy is referred by his doctor with concerns about his growth.

Ambiguous genitalia

Three-week-old baby referred to the paediatric endocrine clinic from a general paediatrician with ambiguous genitalia, accompanied by very anxious and upset parents.