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Alireza Arefzadeh, Pooyan Khalighinejad, Bahar Ataeinia, and Pegah Parvar

with GH deficiency GH deficiency has been reported in PPHP and PHP-I patients before ( 20 ); however, it is not common in BDMR. Cho et al . have reported the patient with BDMR, growth retardation and partial GH deficiency that responded well to GH

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A Deeb, O Afandi, S Attia, and A El Fatih

growth retardation and normal intelligence. The features can be subtle and difficult to differentiate from other types of dwarfism, which raises the possibility that the syndrome could be underdiagnosed (2) . In particular, the syndrome resembles Silver

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Marianne Geilswijk, Lise Lotte Andersen, Morten Frost, Klaus Brusgaard, Henning Beck-Nielsen, Anja Lisbeth Frederiksen, and Dorte Møller Jensen

deleterious effects to the fetus, but recently reservations have been made upon the possible risk of severe fetal growth retardation and likely association to neonatal necrotizing enterocolitis ( 6 , 7 , 8 ). Hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia in pregnancy thus

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Skand Shekhar, Rasha Haykal, Crystal Kamilaris, Constantine A Stratakis, and Fady Hannah-Shmouni

normal range. At EGA of 35 weeks, the patient underwent delivery by cesarean section due to intrauterine growth retardation. She was pre-emptively started on labetalol but remained normotensive and was weaned off this medication by 6 weeks postpartum

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George Stoyle, Siddharth Banka, Claire Langley, Elizabeth A Jones, and Indraneel Banerjee

Background Wiedemann–Steiner Syndrome (WSS, OMIM#605130) is a rare genetic disorder characterised by psychomotor delay, facial dysmorphism, hypertrichosis (especially of the elbow) and growth retardation ( 1 , 2 , 3 ). WSS results from

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Jia Xuan Siew and Fabian Yap

reports ( 8 , 9 ), describe marked growth retardation among children with WHS. However, information on pubertal growth and final height (FH) among WHS children was lacking. Growth hormone (GH) therapy was used in two GH-sufficient children with WHS

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Anna Casteràs, Jürgen Kratzsch, Ángel Ferrández, Carles Zafón, Antonio Carrascosa, and Jordi Mesa

May have mental retardation AR, autosomal recessive; AD, autosomal dominant; AP, anterior pituitary; PP, posterior pituitary; GHRHR, growth hormone-releasing hormone receptor; BTK, Bruton's tyrosine kinase; ↓, low but detectable

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Susan Ahern, Mark Daniels, and Amrit Bhangoo

. Her previous medical records documented growth retardation and failure to thrive in early life. Around 10 months of age, she was diagnosed and treated for central hypothyroidism when low TSH and free T4 were detected. Despite treatment with

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Renata Lange, Caoê Von Linsingen, Fernanda Mata, Aline Barbosa Moraes, Mariana Arruda, and Leonardo Vieira Neto

located in this deleted region of 11q); and parents with normal karyotype Patient 2: intrauterine/F – Cafe au lait spot Short stature, intrauterine growth retardation, low weight Several dysmorphic features, FD Severe mental

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Kewan Hamid, Neha Dayalani, Muhammad Jabbar, and Elna Saah

. Physical examination revealed heart rate of 132, respiratory rate of 20, blood pressure of 112/61 and temperature of 38.8 C (Oral). Auxological data were notable for poor growth rate with weight 19.5 kg at 4.02 percentile ( Z  = −1.75), height 114.7 cm at 1