hrp0082fc10.3 | Programming & Early Endocrinology | ESPE2014

Genetic and Epigenetic Defects at the GNAS Locus Lead to Opposite Patterns of Fetal and Postnatal Growth

Grybek Virginie , Maupetit-Mehouas Stephanie , Hogler Wolfgang , Juppner Harald , Silve Caroline , Linglart Agnes

Background: Pseudohypoparathyroidism (PHP) is characterized by proximal tubular resistance to PTH and, in some disease variants, by Albright osteodystrophy. PHP is caused either by mutations in those regions of GNAS encoding Gsα (PHP1A and PseudoPHP) or by GNAS methylation defects (autosomal dominant (AD) and sporadic (spor) PHP1B). Phenotypic differences in fetal growth, post-natal growth and metabolism are observed in the different PHP types.<p cla...

hrp0086rfc2.8 | Bone &amp; Mineral Metabolism | ESPE2016

Final Heights and BMI in Patients Affected with Different Types of Pseudohypoparathyroidism

Hanna Patrick , Mantovani Giovanna , Grybek Virginie , Juppner Harald , Brehin Anne-Claire , Kottler Marie-Laure , Rothenbuhler Anya , Linglart Agnes

Background: Pseudohypoparathyroidism type 1A (PHP1A) and PseudoPHP are caused respectively by maternal and paternal mutations involving those GNAS exons that encode the alpha-subunit of the stimulatory G protein (Gsα). Common to different forms of PHP1B is a loss-of-methylation (LOM) at one or several maternal GNAS exons, which likely reduces Gsα expression in certain tissues. In most autosomal dominant PHP1B variants (AD-PHP1B), LOM is restricted t...

hrp0082p2-d1-292 | Bone | ESPE2014

Pseudohypoparathyroidism Type Ib: Two Cases with Different Clinical Presentation

Balsamo Claudia , Baronio Federico , Marsigli Angelica , Bonifacci Valentina , Mantovani Giovanna , Molinaro Angelo , Juppner Harald , Visconti Paola , Mazzanti Laura , Balsamo Antonio

Background: Sporadic pseudohypoparathyroidism type Ib (spor-PHP-Ib) is caused by GNAS methylation alterations with loss of imprinting at the exon A/B differentially methylated region (DMR), without genetic deletions disrupting the STX16 ICR. These patients classically display hormone resistance limited to PTH and TSH with no Albright hereditary osteodistrophy (AHO).Objective and hypotheses: We describe two cases with the same imprinting methylat...

hrp0089rfc11.1 | Bone, Growth Plate &amp; Mineral Metabolism 2 | ESPE2018

Diagnosis and Management of Pseudohypoparathyroidism and Related Disorders: First International Consensus Statement

Mantovani Giovanna , Bastepe Murat , Monk David , de Sanctis Luisa , Thiele Susanne , Usardi Alessia , Ahmed Faisal , Bufo Roberto , Choplin Timothee , DeFillipo Gianpaolo , Devernois Guillemette , Eggermann Thomas , Elli Francesca M , Freson Kathleen , Ramirez Aurora Garcia , Germain-Lee Emily , Groussin Lionel , Hamdy Neveen , Hanna Patrick , Hiort Olaf , Juppner Harald , Kamenicky Peter , Knight Nina , Kottler Marie-Laure , Le Norcy Elvire , Lecumberri Beatriz , Levine Michael A , Makiti Outi , Martin Regina , Martos-Moreno Gabriel Angel , Minagawa Masanori , Muray Philip , Pereda Arrate , Pignolo Roberto , Rejnmark Lars , Rodado Rebecca , Rothenbuhler Anya , Saraff Vrinda , Shoemaker Ashley , Shore Eileen M. , Silve Caroline , Turan Serap , Woods Philip , Zillikens M. Carola , de Nanclares Guiomar Perez , Linglart Agnes

Pseudohypoparathyroidism (PHP) and related disorders lead to a wide spectrum of abnormal physical characteristics, neurocognitive and endocrine abnormalities. PHP (including all subtypes), pseudoPHP, acrodysostosis and progressive osseous heteroplasia refer to heterogeneous disorders characterized by physical findings, differently associated in each subtype, including short bones, short stature, stocky build, subcutaneous ectopic ossifications, as well as laboratory abnormalit...