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The American Pediatrics Academy considered growth failure as a severe complication of untreated obstructive sleep apnea (18).
Growth failure is persistent after birth and often resistant to supplemental feeding.
Selective varicocele repair may reverse testicular growth failure in a majority of patients and improve histologic abnormalities, the endocrinopathy, and serum parameters.
Nutropin AQ (somatropin (rDNA origin) injection), a liquid formulation of growth hormone, was first approved for marketing in 1995 for the long-term treatment of children with GHD and growth failure associated with chronic renal insufficiency (CRI).
One symptom of Rett Syndrome is profound growth failure.
Recombinant hGH, a treatment for growth failure in children, Turner's Syndrome, and cachexia, a wasting condition associated with AIDS, is currently produced in bacteria.
The main goals of treatment, therefore, are to minimize growth failure and to reduce discomfort in an effective manner.
Early onset LAL Deficiency, sometimes called Wolman disease, affects infants and is characterized by severe malabsorption, growth failure and liver failure, and is usually fatal within the first six months of life.
Growth is an important sign of child health, so growth failure merits equal consideration for both boys and girls," said study leader Adda Grimberg, M.
The scientists then injected the mice with a derivative of a compound called insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF1), which is FDA-approved to treat growth failure in children.
The report then reviews international standards for PE pipes and fittings, describes accelerated testing for slow crack growth resistance, and examines methods for predicting long-term slow crack growth failure.
Poor treatment and diet advice has caused rickets, growth failure and bad psychological problems.