Orphan Hereditary Syndromes in the Practice of Pediatric Endocrinologist

M.O. Ryznychuk, V.P. Pishak

Abstract


The lecture presents short phenotypic and genetic characteristics of orphan endocrine syndromes associated with gigantism.


Keywords


orphan hereditary syndromes; gigantism; children; genes

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0721.2.66.2015.75456

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