A benchmark reference textbook.
a superb editorial workforce and the world over popular members come jointly to carry you Brook’s medical Pediatric Endocrinology. This new ebook is filled with sensible recommendation and is vital examining for everybody all for the care of youngsters and teenagers with endocrine illness and problems.
This notable reference publication has been absolutely up-to-date to add new options, new investigations and new molecular mechanisms and is stuffed with functional, scientific advice. The excellent textual content for pediatric endocrinologists, endocrinologists and pediatricians.Content:
Chapter 1 Genetics and Genomics (pages 1–23): Peter A. Kopp
Chapter 2 rules of Hormone motion (pages 24–39): Melissa Westwood
Chapter three Measuring Hormones, Molecular exams and their medical program (pages 40–59): Jan M. Wit, Marcel Karperien and Bart E. P. B. Ballieux
Chapter four Congenital problems of the Hypothalamo?Pituitary?Somatotrope Axis (pages 60–105): Ameeta Mehta, Evelien F. Gevers and Mehul T. Dattani
Chapter five bought issues of the Hypothalamo?Pituitary Axis (pages 106–123): Kyriaki S. Alatzoglou and Mehul T. Dattani
Chapter 6 review of development issues (pages 124–154): Jerry okay. Wales
Chapter 7 administration of Disordered progress (pages 155–168): Steven D. Chernausek
Chapter eight evaluate and administration of overdue results of melanoma remedy (pages 169–191): Helena okay. Gleeson and Stephen M. Shalet
Chapter nine evaluate and administration of issues of intercourse improvement (pages 192–212): Ieuan A. Hughes
Chapter 10 review of Disordered Puberty (pages 213–238): Mehul T. Dattani, Vaitsa Tziaferi and Peter C. Hindmarsh
Chapter eleven administration of Disordered Puberty (pages 239–249): Jakub Mieszczak, Christopher P. Houk and Peter A. Lee
Chapter 12 The Thyroid (pages 250–282): Rosalind S. Brown
Chapter thirteen The Adrenal Cortex and its problems (pages 283–326): Walter L. Miller
Chapter 14 Polyglandular Syndromes (pages 327–342): Catherine J. Owen, Tim D. Cheetham and Simon H. S. Pearce
Chapter 15 problems of Water stability (pages 343–373): David R. Repaske
Chapter sixteen The Parathyroid and issues of Calcium and Bone Metabolism (pages 374–427): Jeremy Allgrove
Chapter 17 Endocrine Neoplasia in adolescence (pages 428–457): Joanne C. Blair
Chapter 18 Diabetes Mellitus (pages 458–504): Andrew W. Norris and Joseph I. Wolfsdorf
Chapter 19 Hypoglycemia: evaluation and administration (pages 505–529): Andrew Cotterill, David Cowley and Ristan Greer
Chapter 20 youth weight problems (pages 530–558): Michael Freemark
Chapter 21 Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (pages 559–570): M. Isabel Hernandez and Veronica Mericq
Chapter 22 Weight legislation and Monogenic weight problems (pages 571–577): I. Sadaf Farooqi
Chapter 23 moral concerns in medical Pediatric Endocrinology (pages 578–589): Leena Patel and Peter E. Clayton
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