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Find out more about this group of rare autosomal recessive conditions affecting the adrenal cortex called Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH).
Authored by Mariska Schroeder and Hedi Claahsen
Find out more about the rare genetic causes of paediatric adrenal insufficiency and how best to treat affected children.
Authored by Valeria Hasenmajer
Read the discussion on the genetics and clinical consequences of dominant-negative growth hormone receptor alterations.
Authored by Afiya Andrews, MBBS (1) (2)
Congenital hypothyroidism guidelines: has anything changed?
Authored by Catherine Peters, MD
Why is the growth plate the most important organ for childhood growth: how can it be investigated for clinical diagnosis?
Authored by Ola Nilsson, MD, PhD
Rickets results from impaired mineralisation of the growth plate. Hypophosphataemia is common to all forms of rickets as hypophosphataemia impairs both hydroxyapatite formation and failure of apoptosis of the hypertrophied chondrocytes.
Authored by Associate Professor Justin H Davies
The evaluation of children presenting with short stature includes detailed clinical, phenotypic, auxological and biochemical assessments with genetic analyses in selected cases.
Authored by Professor Helen Storr
Amongst healthy adolescents, there is a near-normal distribution of the timing of puberty, with the mean age of onset in boys being 11.5 years and in girls 11 years, but wide inter-individual variation.
Authored by Sasha R Howard and Leo Dunkel
The designation “Idiopathic short stature” was first used in the 1980s as a description for short children who had normal growth hormone secretion and otherwise unexplained short stature.
Authored by Martin Savage
While adrenal disease in children is quite rare, healthcare professionals today working in paediatric endocrinology departments are experts in managing the care of children with adrenal disease.
Authored by Kate Davies
Martin Savage
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