By I.A. Hughes, A.J.L. Clark, P.-E. Mullis
Adrenal sickness in young ones poses an immensely tricky diagnostic and administration challenge for the paediatrician in view of the big variety of infrequent pathologies which could found in this manner. This quantity brings jointly the services of the said leaders in particular adrenal problems to supply a effortlessly obtainable textual content that mixes a close description of the molecular origins of those illnesses, as they're presently understood, with a special account of the medical good points and healing suggestions. starting with problems that basically impact adrenal improvement and progressing in the direction of the defects that intervene with steroid creation, the reader profits substantial perception into the conventional body structure of the adrenal cortex relatively as published by means of scientific issues. the foremost contributions of recent biochemistry and molecular genetics in our present realizing are noticeable all through, offering a distinct review of adrenocortical biology.
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Adrenal disease in childhood: clinical and molecular aspects (Endocrine Development Vol. 2) by I.A. Hughes, A.J.L. Clark, P.-E. Mullis