hrp0092p1-187 | Diabetes and Insulin (1) | ESPE2019

Course of Puberty and Growth Spurt in Boys with Type 1 Diabetes

Shpitzer Hana , Lazar Liora , Shalitin Shlomit , Phillip Moshe , de Vries Liat

Background: Data on the course of puberty and pubertal growth in boys with Type 1 diabetes (T1D) are sparse.Objectives: To study the course of puberty, pubertal growth and final height in boys with T1D as well as possible factors affecting these.Methods: In this retrospective longitudinal study, 68 boys diagnosed with T1D between 1996-2009 who were pre-pubertal at diagnosis and had...

hrp0092p1-291 | Thyroid (1) | ESPE2019

An Incidental Finding of Thyroid Hormone Resistance Due to a De Novo Mutation in the THRB Gene

Averbuch Noa Shefer , França Monica , Lazar Liora , Tenenbaum Ariel , Phillip Moshe , de Vries Liat

Background: Thyroid hormone resistance (THR) is a rare genetic disorder that may be caused by thyroid hormone (TH) cell transporter defects or metabolism defects, but most cases are caused by an inherited mutation in the TH receptor beta (THRB) gene. The reduced responsiveness of target tissues to TH is characterized by elevated TH and a normal or elevated thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) level. Differentiating between THR and TSH-producing pituitary...

hrp0086p1-p9 | Adrenal P1 | ESPE2016

Long-term Anthropometric Outcome of Girls with Non-classical Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Diagnosed in Childhood

Bello Rachel , Lebenthal Yael , Salitin Shlomit , Lazar Liora , Tenenbaum Ariel , Phillip Moshe , de Vries Liat

Background: Data on anthropometric outcomes in patients with non-classical 21-hydroxylase deficiency (NCCAH) are sparse.Objective: To investigate long-term effects of NCCAH on height and weight.Method: A retrospective, cross-sectional study of 105 girls with NCCAH aged 8.4±4.1 years (0.4–18), mean follow-up 11.4±7.5 years. Outcome measures were height, weight and BMI, expressed as standard deviation score (SDS), at d...

hrp0082p1-d3-225 | Reproduction (2) | ESPE2014

Treated and Untreated Women with Idiopathic Precocious Puberty: Long-Term General Health Status and Metabolic Outcome Between third and fifth decades

Meyerovitch Joseph , Lebenthal Yael , Antebi Felice , Shalitin Shlomit , de Vries Liat , Phillip Moshe , Lazar Liora

Context: Central precocious puberty (CPP), treated or untreated, may have clinical implications in adulthood.Objective: To assess the general health status and metabolic outcome of former CPP women between the third and fifth decades of life.Design: Case–control study of an historical cohort using the computerized database of a health management organization.Participants: Study group – 148 CPP women...

hrp0084p3-1009 | Growth | ESPE2015

Nutritional Supplementation, Sleep Patterns and Growth in Short and Lean Prepubertal Children

Machtei Ayelet , Lebenthal Yael , Lazar Liora , Shamir Raanan , Phillip Moshe , Yackobovitch-Gavan Michal

Background: GH secretion is affected by duration and quality of sleep. Studies examining the connection between sleep and linear growth have reported conflicting results. Recently, we reported that nutritional supplementation was effective in promoting growth in children. In the present study, we extended our evaluation of the nutritional supplement to assess the association between nutrition, sleep and growth.Objective and hypotheses: To examine whether...

hrp0084p3-1026 | Growth | ESPE2015

Fasting and Post-Meal Levels of Appetite Regulating Hormones, before and Following GH Treatment, in Children with Idiopathic Short Stature

Yackobovitch-Gavan Michal , Gat-Yablonski Galia , Shtaif Biana , Phillip Moshe , Lazar Liora

Background: Poor appetite is common in children with idiopathic short stature (ISS), and is usually improved with GH therapy.Objective and hypotheses: To investigate the effect of GH therapy on appetite regulating hormones following a standard meal test (SMT) and to examine the association between these changes and growth response, body composition and resting energy expenditure (REE).Method: Nine ISS pre-pubertal children underwen...

hrp0084p3-1182 | Thyroid | ESPE2015

The Role of Early Thyroid Imaging in Children with Congenital Hypothyroidism

Oron Tal , Lebenthal Yael , Ben-Yishai Shimon , Tenenbaum Ariel , Yackobovitch-Gavan Michal , Phillip Moshe , Lazar Liora

Background: Congenital hypothyroidism (CH) occurs in 1:3000–1:4000 newborns. The majority of newborns with CH are detected by routine screening programs and treatment is promptly initiated following confirmatory thyroid function testing. Although early imaging studies do not influence the treatment decision or management, they establish the underlying diagnosis and may distinguish between permanent and transient CH.Objective: To assess the role of e...

hrp0094p1-171 | Growth Hormone and IGFs B | ESPE2021

Diagnosing growth hormone deficiency - Can a combined arginine and clonidine stimulation test replace two separate tests?

Oron Tal , Krieger Avihu , Yakobovich-Gavan Michal , Tenenbaum Ariel , Diamant Rotem , Phillip Moshe , Lazar Liora ,

Objective: Given a large number of false-positive growth hormone deficiency (GHD) diagnoses from a single GH stimulation test in normal children, two different pharmacological tests, performed on separate days or sequentially, are required. This study aims to assess the reliability and safety of a combined clonidine-arginine stimulation test (CACST).Design: Retrospective, single-center, observational study....

hrp0095p2-53 | Diabetes and Insulin | ESPE2022

Clinical and immunological characteristics of new-onset type 1 diabetes in children during the COVID-19 pandemic

Gil Margolis Merav , Weizman Sarit , Lazar Liora , Yakobovich-Gavan Michal , Tenenbaum Ariel , Phillip Moshe , Oron Tal

Background: Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) is a chronic disease resulting from autoimmune destruction of insulin-secreting pancreatic β cells. Viruses are known to play a role in the pathogenesis of T1D. There is no consistent evidence that SARS-CoV-2 induces T1D in children or adults. Nevertheless, evidence suggests that the SARS-CoV-2 affects β cell function, suggesting a role for the virus in the pathogenesis of the disease. It is thus plausible that the e...

hrp0084p1-44 | Diabetes | ESPE2015

Is Metabolic Control Affected by Military Service in Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes?

Brener Avivit , Mel Eran , Shalitin Shlomit , Lazar Liora , de Vries Liat , Tenebaum Ariel , Oron Tal , Philip Moshe , Lebenthal Yael

Background: Young adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D) are exempt from conscript military service due to risk of severe hypoglycaemia and metabolic compromise. Nevertheless, there are patients who volunteer to military service.Aims and objectives: To evaluate the effect of military service on metabolic control and incidence of acute diabetes complications.Methods: Study design: retrospective, comparative analysis. Data of 145 T1D pati...