Endocrine Disorders in Pediatrics

Endocrine disorders in pediatrics encompass a diverse array of conditions affecting hormonal regulation and growth in children and adolescents. Pediatric endocrinologists diagnose and manage disorders such as growth hormone deficiency, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, precocious puberty, and disorders of sexual development. Comprehensive care involves hormonal assessment, growth monitoring, and developmental evaluation to optimize outcomes and quality of life. Management strategies may include hormone replacement therapy, growth-promoting interventions, and multidisciplinary collaboration with specialists in genetics, urology, and psychology. Early detection and intervention are crucial to address endocrine disorders in pediatric patients and minimize long-term sequelae, highlighting the importance of specialized care and expertise in pediatric endocrinology.

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