Meeting News Coverage

Newborn screening beneficial, but not always cost-saving

Endocrine Today, March 2011
Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group TORONTO — Analysts must consider variables other than cost savings to determine whether newborn screening of…
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Corneal confocal microscopy may aid in detecting diabetic neuropathy

Endocrine Today, March 2011
Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group TORONTO — Corneal confocal microscopy can be employed as a proxy to detect diabetic neuropathy, an expert said…
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Clitoromegaly: A rare clinical finding in extremely premature infants

Endocrine Today, March 2011
Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group TORONTO — Researchers at the University of Calgary have reported four cases of clitoromegaly of unknown…
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ACTH testing still best option in identifying risk for adrenal insufficiency

Endocrine Today, March 2011
Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group TORONTO — Biomedical and clinical variables are not helpful to predict recovery of the…
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Imaging of the pituitary gland an important tool in pediatric endocrinology

Endocrine Today, March 2011
Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group TORONTO — Magnetic resonance imaging of the pituitary gland is an important clinical tool for predicting…
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MS/MS in newborn screening may help improve rates of detection

February 18, 2011
Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group TORONTO — Tandem mass spectrometry, also known as MS/MS, can be helpful for pediatric endocrinologists…
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Novel p53 mutations identified in children with adrenocortical carcinoma

February 14, 2011
Canadian Pediatric Endocrine Group TORONTO — The severity of a mutation of p53 may affect the presentation of disease in children with…