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Problems "may depend as much on the projection of parental perceptions of their child's vulnerability and immaturity as on short stature per se" (Allen & Fost, 1990, p.
4 Non-diarrheal CD (NDCD) has variable presentation including failure to thrive, short stature, refractory anemia, rickets, vomiting and recurrent oral ulcers.
Growth hormone regimens in Australia: analysis of the first 3 years of treatment for idiopathic growth hormone deficiency and idiopathic short stature.
Other indications were Turner syndrome (14%), idiopathic short stature (11%), short-stature homeobox-containing gene deficiency (3%), small for gestational age (5%), and chronic renal insufficiency (0.
Most of these studies are limited in that they do not classify the specific causes of short stature in children due to various causes.
In the United States, the drugs are frequently prescribed off label for that purpose in boys with short stature or rapid-tempo puberty.
It also reviews key players involved in the therapeutic development for Idiopathic Short Stature and special features on late-stage and discontinued projects.
Comparatively the young people were diagnosed with short stature (almost 4%) and obesity (over 4%).
Reportedly, Increlex is used to treat children with a form of growth failure called severe primary IGF-1 deficiency (IGFD), which can cause permanent short stature.
And despite being of short stature, at just 5ft 2ins, he quite rightly became a giant of Hollywood.
looked at 3 million people and found 50 percent additional risk of heart disease associated with a short stature.