DOI: https://doi.org/10.1210/jc.2018-01865

Вроджена гіперплазія надниркових залоз внаслідок дефіциту 21-гідроксилази. Клінічні практичні настанови Ендокринологічного Товариства. Частина 1

N. B. Zelinska

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Мета: оновити клінічні практичні настанови щодо вродженої гіперплазії надниркових залоз унаслідок дефіциту 21-гідроксилази, що були опубліковані Ендокринним Товариством у 2010 році.

Висновки: представлені оновлені рекомендації з найкращої практики щодо клінічного управління вродженою гіпер­плазією надниркових залоз на основі опублікованих даних та експертної думки з додатковими міркуваннями щодо безпеки пацієнтів, якості життя, витрат та використання (J. Clin. Endocrinol. Metab. 103: 1—46, 2018).


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