Oxford University Press
The paediatric endocrinologist deals not only with common problems
involving growth, puberty, and diabetes, but also with specific
hormonal defects involving glands such as the thyroid, parathyroid,
adrenals, and pituitary. These can vary from common variants of
normals which will be encountered by all doctors dealing with
children, to more rare disorders requiring specialist input.
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