Triac normalized T3 concentrations and improved measures of body weight and cardiovascular function in patients with monocarboxylate transporter 8 deficiency.
For adolescent and young adult transgender patients, semen cryopreservation may be a viable option for fertility preservation, even in patients who have already begun treatment for gender dysphoria.
Older pubertal age was associated with lower BMD in adolescence and early adulthood, despite some catch-up during puberty.
About 6 percent of psychiatrically hospitalized youth have abnormal thyroid-stimulating hormone measures.
Type 1 diabetes diagnosis is missed less frequently when patients present during childhood or adolescence, but unlike in adults, misdiagnosis in childhood is associated with an increased likelihood of diabetic ketoacidosis.
Children and young adults treated with amiodarone have a significant likelihood for thyroid dysfunction soon after treatment initiation.
Children with type 1 diabetes have worse education and health outcomes than their peers.
Maternal obesity and gestational diabetes may have important effects on early child body composition, but likely do not directly affect left ventricular mass in offspring.
Increased variations of body mass index and high-density lipoprotein cholesterol during childhood are independent risk factors for the development of diabetes.
Recommendations are presented for the management of bone health in survivors of childhood cancer.
At 3 to 4 weeks of life, when repeat newborn screening is often performed, median TSH levels ranged from 2.5 to 2.6 µIU/mL in both extremely and very preterm infants.