Growth Failure

Growth Failure Growth deficiency (growth hormone deficiency) occurs with a large number of diseases and syndromes. According to etiology, congenital and acquired as well as organic and idiopathic growth hormone deficiency are distinguished. In the

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Growth Failure Growth deficiency (growth hormone deficiency) occurs with a large number of diseases and syndromes. According to etiology, congenital and acquired as well as organic and idiopathic growth hormone deficiency are distinguished. In the

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YOUTH GYNECOMASTI

Definition Juvenile gynecomastia is any visible or palpable one- or two-sided increase in the mammary gland in boys and in young males. Synonym: pubertal gynecomastia, transient gynecomastia. Spread. 75% of adolescent boys have transient gynecomastia.

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Definition Juvenile gynecomastia is any visible or palpable one- or two-sided increase in the mammary gland in boys and in young males. Synonym: pubertal gynecomastia, transient gynecomastia. Spread. 75% of adolescent boys have transient gynecomastia.

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Differential diagnosis.

Gynecomastia must be distinguished from cancer, adenofibromas, adenomas, cystic mastopathy. The mastitis of young men is closely related to the early stage of gynecomastia, which in most cases takes place upon the onset of puberty.

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Gynecomastia must be distinguished from cancer, adenofibromas, adenomas, cystic mastopathy. The mastitis of young men is closely related to the early stage of gynecomastia, which in most cases takes place upon the onset of puberty.

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Treatment of insulin resistance

Treatment of insulin resistance mainly depends on the pathogenetic mechanisms that led to its development. When insulin resistance occurs due to an increase in the titer of circulating antibodies to insulin, porcine (suinsulin, actrapid, etc.)

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Treatment of insulin resistance mainly depends on the pathogenetic mechanisms that led to its development. When insulin resistance occurs due to an increase in the titer of circulating antibodies to insulin, porcine (suinsulin, actrapid, etc.)

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Hyperinsulinism

Hyperinsulinism is a pathological condition of the body, caused by an absolute or relative excess of insulin, causing a strong decrease in blood sugar, resulting in glucose deficiency and oxygen starvation of the brain, leading

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Hyperinsulinism is a pathological condition of the body, caused by an absolute or relative excess of insulin, causing a strong decrease in blood sugar, resulting in glucose deficiency and oxygen starvation of the brain, leading

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