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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : IGHD / idiopathic GH deficiency

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Long Form:   idiopathic GH deficiency
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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2019 Factors affecting bone age maturation during 3 years of growth hormone treatment in patients with idiopathic growth hormone deficiency and idiopathic short stature: Analysis of data from the LG growth study. BA, CA, GH, IGF-1, ISS, SDS
2019 TIMING OF GH PEAK IN BOTH GLUCAGON AND CLONIDINE TESTS IS OF MAJOR CLINICAL IMPORTANCE. CST, HV
2018 Prospective Follow-up of Children with Idiopathic Growth Hormone Deficiency After Termination of Growth Hormone Treatment: Is There Really Need for Treatment at Transition to Adulthood? BMD, BMI, BW, FBG, GH, GHD, TBF, TF
2018 Same Phenotype in Children with Growth Hormone Deficiency and Resistance. GHI, GHR
2017 Baseline Characteristics and Gender Differences in Prepubertal Children Treated with Growth Hormone in Europe, USA, and Japan: 25 Years' KIGS Experience (1987-2012) and Review. GH, ISS, SGA
2014 Is growth hormone treatment in children associated with weight gain?--longitudinal analysis of KIGS data. GH, NAH, PWS, SGA, TS
2013 Characteristics of children with the best and poorest first- and second-year growth during rhGH therapy: data from 25 years of the Genentech national cooperative growth study (NCGS). BMI, HV SDS, ISS, NCGS, rhGH
2007 Headache, idiopathic intracranial hypertension and slipped capital femoral epiphysis during growth hormone treatment: a safety update from the KIGS database. CGHD, CRI, GH, IIH, ISS, PWS, SCFE, SGA, TS
2006 Antipituitary antibodies recognizing growth hormone (GH)-producing cells in children with idiopathic GH deficiency and in children with idiopathic short stature. APA, GH, ISS
10  2005 Response to growth hormone with respect to pubertal status on increased dose in idiopathic growth hormone deficiency: an analysis of Turkish children in the KIGS database (Pfizer International Growth Study). GH, MPH
11  2005 Studies of very severe short stature with severe GH deficiency: from the data registered with the foundation for growth science. BA, CA
12  2003 An auxology-based growth hormone program: update on the Australian experience. GH
13  2003 Do growth hormone (GH) serial sampling, insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) or auxological measurements have an advantage over GH stimulation testing in predicting the linear growth response to GH therapy? GH, IGF-I, ISS
14  2003 The KIGS experience with the addition of gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists to growth hormone (GH) treatment of children with idiopathic GH deficiency. GH, GnRHa, MPH, SDS
15  2003 Validation and calibration of the Kabi Pharmacia International Growth Study prediction model for children with idiopathic growth hormone deficiency. cal, KIGS
16  2001 Children with organic growth hormone deficiency have elevated cortisol responses to stimuli. HPA, OGHD
17  1998 Response to growth hormone in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: effects of methylphenidate and pemoline therapy. ADHD, GH, ISS, SDS
18  1993 Prediction of the growth response in children with various growth disorders treated with growth hormone: analyses of data from the Kabi Pharmacia International Growth Study. International Board of the Kabi Pharmacia International Growth Study. GH, ISS, IUGR
19  1990 GHRH and TRH tests in patients with idiopathic and secondary GH deficiency--with special reference to GH response patterns to GHRH. NSC
20  1988 Discrimination between growth hormone (GH) deficiency of hypothalamic or pituitary origin: an aid in selecting patients for GH-releasing hormone (RH) prolonged therapy. GH, GHD, hGH, MPHD, RH
21  1988 Growth response to growth hormone therapy following cranial irradiation. BA, GH, SDS
22  1987 Effect of oral glucose administration on plasma growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH)-like immunoreactivity levels in normal subjects and patients with idiopathic GH deficiency: evidence that GHRH is released not only from the hypothalamus but also from extrahypothalamic tissue. GHRH, GHRH, GHRH-LI