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Retrospective analysis of cases with premature thelarche
Objective: Premature thelarche is defined as breast enlargement in females (younger than eight years) without other signs of secondary gender character development. Although it is common in the first two years of life, ...
Multivitamin with L-Arginine supplementation can increase linear growth velocity in children with idiopathic short stature without affecting bone maturation
(MATTIOLI 1885, 2020)
L-arginine is a well-known growth hormone (GH) stimulator. The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of L-arginine supplementation on growth velocity in prepubertal boys with idiopathic short stature. In ...
Characteristics of Turkish children with Type 2 diabetes at onset: a multicentre, cross-sectional study
Aims To describe the baseline clinical and laboratory findings and treatment modalities of 367 children and adolescents diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in various paediatric endocrinology centres in Turkey. Methods A standard ...
Revisiting Classical 3 beta-hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase 2 Deficiency: Lessons from 31 Pediatric Cases
(Endocrine Soc, 2020)
Context: The clinical effects of classical 3 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase 2 (3 beta HSD2) deficiency are insufficiently defined due to a limited number of published cases. Objective: To evaluate an integrated steroid ...
Distribution of α-actinin-3 rs1815739 and angiotensin-1 converting enzyme indel polymorphisms in Turkish bodybuilders
(Spandidos Publications, 2020)
The determination of the genetic profiles of successful athletes and the effects of these genetic parameters on athletic performance is gaining increasing interest. The majority of studies assessing the genetics of athletes ...
Systematic genetic testing for recessively inherited monogenic diabetes: a cross-sectional study in paediatric diabetes clinics
Aims/hypothesis Current clinical guidelines for childhood-onset monogenic diabetes outside infancy are mainly focused on identifying and testing for dominantly inherited, predominantly MODY genes. There are no systematic ...