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ey0015.7-13 | Secular trends and Turner syndrome | ESPEYB15

7.13 Secular Trends on Birth Parameters, Growth, and Pubertal Timing in Girls with Turner Syndrome

J Woelfle , A Lindberg , F Aydin , KK Ong , C Camacho-Hubner , B Gohlke

To read the full abstract: Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2018 Feb 28;9:54Secular trends in birth parameters1-3, growth4,5, and timing of puberty6-8 are observed in normal populations. Changes in nutrition, better access to health care, and other environmental factors have been implicated as causative factors for those changes. Here, the authors assessed secular ...

ey0017.4-10 | New perspectives | ESPEYB17

4.10. IGF-I in cord blood is predictive of final height in monozygotic twins with intratwin birth weight differences

C Kasner , S Schulte , F Schreiner , R Fimmers , B Stoffel-Wagner , P Bartmann , J Woelfle , B Gohlke

To read the full abstract: Clin Endocrinol (Oxf) 2020 May 13. doi: 10.1111/cen.14221. Online ahead of print.Children born either small for gestational age (SGA) or preterm usually do not achieve a final height (FH) in the mid-parental target height (MPTH) range, despite showing catch-up growth in the first years of life (1). The influence of intrauterine metabolic and hormonal factors has been p...