hrp0095p2-9 | Adrenals and HPA Axis | ESPE2022
, Aprimadhansari Aprimadhansari
, Nurfandi Wendi
, Sunhaya Ratna
, Saraswati Citra
, Oktavianus Trisaputra Jessica
Introduction: Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) has an incidence of 1:14 000 to 1:18 000 worldwide. It is caused by autosomal recessive gene mutations. Neonates typically present with virilization at birth, or in shock, ‘salt-losing crisis’, around days 10–14 of life. Some children present later with simple virilizing CAH, often with milder compound heterozygous mutations. Reactive thrombocytosis is a rare manifestation in CAH. Gasparini <...