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ey0017.5-2 | Advances in Clinical Practice | ESPEYB17

5.2. Osteogenesis Imperfecta: Skeletal outcomes after bisphosphonate discontinuation at final height

ME Robinson , P Trejo , T Palomo , FH Glorieux , F Rauch

To read the full abstract: J Bone Miner Res. 2019 Dec;34(12):2198–2204.In brief: In Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI), intravenous (IV) cyclical bisphosphonates are often discontinued after cessation of growth in adolescents. This study showed that, four years after discontinuation of treatment, none of the patients sustained new vertebral compression fractures, and the proportion ...

ey0018.10-10 | (1) | ESPEYB18

10.10. Risk of psychiatric disorders and suicide attempts in emerging adults with diabetes

ME Robinson , M Simard , I Larocque , J Shah , M Nakhla , E Rahme

Diabetes Care. 2020;43(2):484–486. doi: 10.2337/dc19-1487.This retrospective study in Quebec, Canada included 3,544 adolescents and young adults with diabetes and 1 388 397 without diabetes. It concludes that between the ages of 15 and 25 years, the risks of psychiatric disorders and suicide attempts were substantially higher in adolescents and young adults with diabetes than those without ...

ey0015.13-13 | Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes in Resource-Limited Settings | ESPEYB15

13.13 High Rates of Ocular Complications in a Cohort of Haitian Children and Adolescents with Diabetes

ME Robinson , K Altenor , C Carpenter , R Bonnell , E Jean-Baptiste , J von Oettingen

To read the full abstract: Pediatr Diabetes 2018; 19: (6) 1124In this cross-sectional study performed in Haiti, the authors found that 18% of the children and adolescents with diabetes had signs of retinopathy and that 16% had a cataract. This prevalence is clearly much higher than reported in young patients with diabetes living in high-income countries. Importantly, ocular complications occurred ea...