CASE STUDIES

A 4-year-old boy of Bangladeshi origin was referred to paediatric endocrine clinic by his community paediatrician due to concerns of precocious puberty.
Authored by Aisha Aslam, Li Chan
A 4-year-old girl is referred to the local paediatric endocrine unit with signs of pubertal development.
Authored by Lydia Lake
A 4-year-old girl is referred to the local paediatric endocrine unit with signs of pubertal development.
Authored by David Lim
A 4-year-old girl is referred to the local paediatric endocrine unit with signs of pubertal development.
Authored by Lee Martin
A 14-year-old boy is referred by his doctor with concerns about his growth.
Authored by Pauline Musson
A 6 years and 5-month-old girl with Prader-Willi Syndrome attends endocrine clinic with her mother.
Authored by Helen Smart
Three-week-old baby referred to the paediatric endocrine clinic from a general paediatrician with ambiguous genitalia, accompanied by very anxious and upset parents.
Authored by Kate Davies
A 4-year-old girl, referred to the Paediatric Assessment Unit by the GP, with a 2-week history of a cough, feeling unwell, and tired. Accompanied by her mother.
Authored by Kate Davies
A girl aged 15 years and 2 months is referred to the Endocrine Clinic for short stature and delayed puberty.
Authored by Wendy Schwarz
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