Frequency, the Characteristic of Diseases of Thyroid Gland at Children and Teenagers According to Negotiability during 5 Years Abstract #2026

Introduction: The delay of rowth and puberty in teenagers in thyroid gland patholoy is very actual problem in paediatric endocrinoloy.
Aim(s): to study the frequency of characteristic of diseases of thyroid gland at children and teenagers according to negotiability during 2012-2016 years.
Materials and methods: Under observation of staff of department of children's endocrinology from 2012 for 2016 213 children and teenagers with various diseases of a thyroid gland have been hospitalized, from them boys was – 67 (31,4%), girls-146 (68,5%). 20 healthy children and teenagers of the corresponding age have made group of control. All hormonal, ultrasound and antropometric investigation of patients have done.
Conference: 15th Annual ENETS conference (2018)
Category: Epidemiology/Natural history/Prognosis- Registries, nationwide and regional surveys
Presenting Author: Professor Yulduz Urmanova

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