Clinical Practice


Daily Issues in Paediatric Endocrinology - Series 1



This initiative was conceived within the ESPE Clinical Practice Committee with two main objectives. Firstly, to offer free access electronic documents on the most common clinical issues encountered in the daily management of children with real or suspected endocrine problems. Secondly, to offer an open confrontation opportunity among all ESPE members on the thorny subjects of our discipline.

The statements and opinions expressed in the articles are solely those of the individual authors and contributors and not necessarily those of the European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology (ESPE).

For more information please read the introduction document below:-

Acrobat Document The role of androgen therapy in male pubertal development   Discuss >>
Acrobat Document Management of Thyroid Nodules in Children   Discuss >>
Acrobat Document Bone age assessment   Discuss >>
Acrobat Document Hypothalamic-Pituitary MRI imaging normal and abnormal features in GH Deficiency
Figure-Hypothalamic-Pituitary MRI
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Acrobat Document Indications for TRH test   Discuss >>
Acrobat Document Management of PCOS   Discuss >>
Acrobat Document Management of subclinical hypothyroidism   Discuss >>
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Pelvic ultrasound in precocious puberty

  Discuss >>
Acrobat Document Prediction of adult height   Discuss >>
Acrobat Document Premature pubarche   Discuss >>
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Steroid priming for GH stimulation tests

 

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Acrobat Document The diagnosis of Growth Hormone Deficiency in obese children and adolescents   Discuss >>
Acrobat Document Assessment of serum IGF-I concentrations in the diagnosis
of isolated childhood-onset GH deficiency
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