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You may also find the following resources about Turner Syndrome helpful. These materials are written for the general public.
MedlinePlus - Health information
GARD - Genetic and Rare Diseaese Information
NIH - National Institutes of Health Eunice Kennedy Shriver
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ClinicalTrials.gov - Linking patients to medical research
PubMed - Recent literature
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- National Centers Needed to Aid Transition in Turner Syndrome linked paper
- Growth Hormone and Low Dose Estrogen in Turner Syndrome: Results of a United States Multi-Center Trial to Near Final Height
- Aortic dissection and moyamoya disease in Turner syndrome
- Autoimmune Diseases in Turner Syndrome
- Clinical Practice Guideline (2007)
- Delayed diagnoses of Turner's syndrome: proposed guidelines for change.
- Endocrine Practice-Nov-2011 Medical Care Where are we know?
- Turner Syndrome: Do Not Miss This Diagnosis Journal of Pediatric Nursing (2010) 25, 66-68 Linked paper
- Failure of Marfan anatomic criteria to predict risk of aortic dissection in Turner syndrome: necessity of specific adjusted risk thresholds.
- Growth Promoting Strategies in Turner Syndrome
- Increasing School Nurse Awareness of Turner Syndrome
- Turner Syndrome Relationship Between Genotype and Phenotype
- Laboratory Guideline for Turner Syndrome
- Medical Problems of Adult Turner's Syndrome
- Growth Hormone Plus Low-Dose Estrogen In Turner's Syndrome (original article)
- Prevalence and Clinical Picture of Celiac Disease in Turner Syndrome
- Factors Influencing the One- and Two- Year Growth Response in Children Treated with Growth Hormone: Analysis from and Observational Study
- Surgical management of otologic disease in pediatric patients with Turner syndrome
- Medical Care of Girls with Turner Syndrome: Where are we lacking? (original article)
- AAP: Health Supervision of Children with Turner Syndrome
- Turner syndrome and metabolic derangements: Another example of fetal programming
- Turner syndrome in adulthood
- Ureteropelvic junction obstruction and calyceal diverticulum in a child with Turner syndrome and horseshoe kidney
- Visuospatial executive function in Turner Syndrome: funcitonal MRI and neurocognitive function
- Pediatric Endocrinology: Clinical Pearls for the Primary Care Provider
- Pubertal Girls with Turner Syndrome and Children with Isolated SHOX Deficiency Have Similar Bone Geometry at the Radius, 2013, April 23, The Endocrine Society
Turner Syndrome and Celiac Disease
- Bonamico, Margherita, et.al. Prevalence and Clinical Picture of Celiac Disease in Turner Syndrome. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2002, Dec. 87: 12 (5495-5498)
- Ivarsson, SA, et. al. Prevalence of celiac disease in Turner Syndrome. Acta Paediatrica, 1999, 88: 9 (933-936)
- Arslan, D. et. al. Celiac Disease and Turner’s Syndrome: Patient Report. Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2000, Nov.-Dec. 13: 9 (1629-1631)
- Bonamico, Margherita, et. al. Celiac Disease and Turner Syndrome. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, 1998, May. 26: 5 (496-499)
- Lacaille, Florence, et. al. Celiac Disease, Inflammatory Colitis, and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis in a Girl with Turner Syndrome. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, 1995, Nov. 21: 4 (463-467)
- Nemet, D. et. al. Short Stature, Celiac Disease, and Growth Hormone Deficiency. Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2011, Mar. 22 (979-983)
- Gillett, P.M. et. al. Increased Prevalence of Celiac Disease in Girls with Turner Syndrome. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, 1999, Oct. 29: 4 (497)Websites
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