Bone mineral density, biochemical and hormonal profiles in suboptimally treated children and adolescents with beta-thalassaemia disease.
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Mar 01, 2003
Patients with undertransfused severe beta-thalassaemia had more bone marrow expansion, lower serum IGF-1 levels and more delayed bone age than did patients with untransfused moderately severe beta-thalassaemia. Therefore, the severity of the disease appeared to be a primary factor for low bone mineral density in undertransfused patients in association with bone age delay and low serum IGF-1.
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