hrp0086p2-p528 | Fat Metabolism and Obesity P2 | ESPE2016

Breasts Diseases in Adolescent Girls With Obesity

Gumeniuk Olga , Chernenkov Yuriy

Background: Obesity is associated with increased risks of the disease of the reproductive organs (including breasts). Several studies mentioned correlation between obesity and increased risks for breast cancer.Objective and hypotheses: To study the frequency and peculiarities of breasts diseases in adolescent girls with obesity.Method: The study included 2369 adolescent girls (aged 11–19 years). Gils were subjected to the clin...

hrp0084p3-1004 | Gonads | ESPE2015

Girl with Pendred’s Syndrome, Breast and Ovary Cysts (Clinical Case)

Gumeniuk Olga , Chernenkov Yuriy

Background: Pendred’s syndrome (Pendred’s disease) is a genetic disorder leading to congenital bilateral sensorineural hearing loss and goitre with occasional hypothyroidism. Cause of Pendred’s syndrome is mutations in the SLC26A4 gene. The SLC26A4 gene provides instructions for making a protein called pendrin. The pendrin transports negatively charged ions (chloride, iodide, and bicarbonate) into and out of cells.Objective and hypotheses:...

hrp0095p1-597 | Thyroid | ESPE2022

Congenital hypothyroidism: outcome of a 26 year screening (1996-2021)

Svinarev Michail , Kurmacheva Nataliia , Gumeniuk Olga , Chernenkov Yuriy , Aranovich Vera

Introduction: A natiowide screening for Congenital Hypothyroidism (CH) was introduced 1996 in Russian Federation and Saratov Region. Revelation of the incidence of CH is of great value at the background of moderate iodine deficiency existing in Saratov and Saratov Region. Neonatal screening is an effective method for early detection of congenital hypothyroidism, a disorder that requires the prompt initiation of the treatment, in order to prevent the subsequent...

hrp0097p1-236 | Diabetes and Insulin | ESPE2023

The impact of covid-19 pandemic on the incidence type 1 diabetes in children

Kurmacheva Nataliia , Svinarev Michail , Chernenkov Yuriy , Gumeniuk Olga , Aranovich Vera

Viral infections may increase the risk of developing type 1 diabetes (T1D), and recent reports suggest that Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) might have increased the incidence of pediatric T1D (M. Rahmati et al., 2022). In general, the course of viral infection in children is mild, the question of the long-term effects of COVID-19 on a child and adolescent, in particular, on pancreatic beta cells, remains unclear.Purpose: To ...