hrp0086p2-p87 | Adrenal P2 | ESPE2016

Urosepsis or Pseudohypoaldosteronism in a Neonate?

Gruber Noah , Lahav Einat , Kassif-Lerner Reut , Pinhas-Hamiel Orit

Background: Pseudohypoaldosteronism (PHPA1) is a disorder of impaired renal electrolytes re-absorption and excretion. Primary PHPA1 has two clinically and genetically distinct forms: (i) Renal autosomal dominant form, which involves a mutation in the mineralocorticoid receptor; (ii) Systemic autosomal recessive form, which involves a mutation in the epithelial sodium channel. PHPA1 can be also transient secondary to urinary tract infections (UTI)/malformations.<p class="ab...

hrp0092fc1.6 | Diabetes and Insulin Session 1 | ESPE2019

A Novel Biochemical Marker, Fatty Acid-Binding Protein 4, in Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Children

Gruber Noah , Ron Idit , Sheinvald Sharon , Tirosh Amir , Pinhas-Hamiel Orit

Introduction: Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is the most common cause of hospitalization, cerebral edema, and death among children with type 1 diabetes (T1D). Fatty acid-binding protein 4 (FABP4 or aP2) is one of the most abundant proteins in adipocytes and has been shown to be actively secreted from adipocytes. Circulating FABP4 is regulated by fasting- and lipolysis-related signals and contributes to hyperglycemia by promoting hepatic gluconeogenesis and interf...

hrp0092rfc5.5 | Thyroid | ESPE2019

A Novel Mutation in the Thyroglobulin Gene Leading to Neonatal Goiter and Congenital Hypothyroidism in an Eritrean Infant

Stern Eve , Kassif Eran , Schoenmakers Nadia , Gruber Noah , Pinhas-Hamiel Orit , Yeshayahu Yonatan

Background: Congenital hypothyroidism is a common condition with reported incidence between 1/2000 – 1/4000 live births. In approximately 85% of cases this is sporadic due to a structural abnormality of the thyroid gland. Approximately 15% of cases are hereditary and secondary to thyroid dyshormonogenesis. Most of these are due to mutations in one of the genes involved in iodine transport or organification, mutations in the thyroglobulin gene or d...

hrp0082p2-d1-289 | Bone | ESPE2014

Pseudohypoparathyroidism Type 1A Due to Novel GNAS Mutation

Levy-Shraga Yael , Gruber Noah , Mazor-Aronovitch Kineret , Modan-Moses Dalit , Pinhas-Hamiel Orit

Background: Pseudohypoparathyroidism (PHP) encompasses a group of rare disorders defined by target organ unresponsiveness to parathyroid hormone (PTH). Patients with PHP type 1A carry heterozygous mutations of the maternal GNAS gene that encodes the α-subunit of the G protein. This protein is coupled to the PTH receptor as well as to other heptahelical receptors - TSH, GHRH and gonadotropins receptors.Objective and hypotheses: To describe a...

hrp0092lb-25 | Late Breaking Posters | ESPE2019

Low Trabecular Bone Score in Children with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

Levy Shraga Yael , Megnazi Ophir , Modan-Moses Dalit , Tripto-Shkolnik Liana , Gruber Noah , Haberman Yael , Shouval Dror , Weiss Batia

Background: Trabecular bone score (TBS) is an emerging technology to assess bone microarchitecture of the lumbar spine. In adults, this score has been shown to be a significant predictor for osteoporotic fractures, independently of major clinical risk factors and bone mineral density (BMD), and is a recommended tool in the evaluation and management of osteoporosis, especially secondary osteoporosis. To date, only few studies evaluated TBS in the pediatric popu...

hrp0086rfc11.6 | Thyroid | ESPE2016

Falsely TSH and Free Thyroid Hormone Measurements in Pediatric Patients Treated with High Dose of Biotin

Gal Moran , Hemi Rina , Gruber Noah , Sheinvald Sharon , Landau Yuval , Rubinshtein Marina , Kanety Hannah , Pinhas-Hamiel Orit

Background: Immunoassays are subjected to a number of interferences giving abnormal results which may lead to unnecessary investigations and treatment. We present clinical cases in which biotin treatment could be involved in abnormal results of thyroid function tests (TFTs) obtained by immunoassays based on biotinylated antibodies/analogs.Objective and hypotheses: Three infants were admitted to intensive care unit (ICU) during 2015, in Edmond and Lilly S...

hrp0089p1-p049 | Diabetes &amp; Insulin P1 | ESPE2018

Life Changing Decisions due to Etiological Genetic Diagnosis in Families of Children with Maturity Onset Diabetes of the Young (MODY)

Bril Gherta , Vaxillaire Martine , Gruber Noah , Mazor-Aronovitch Kineret , Ben-Ami Michal , Ben-David Rachel Frumkin , Yeshayahu Yonathan , Sand Olivier , Bonnefond Amelie , Froguel Philippe , Pinhas-Hamiel Orit

Background: Maturity Onset Diabetes of the Young (MODY) is a heterogeneous group of disorders characterized by pancreatic beta-cell dysfunction, and usually referred to monogenic forms of diabetes mellitus to distinguish them from the more common type 1 (T1D) or type 2 diabetes (T2D). Fourteen different MODY genetic subtypes have been identified so far. Making a definite diagnosis is very challenging because of overlapping clinical phenotypes between diabetes subtypes. Neverth...

hrp0092rfc7.5 | Diabetes and Insulin Session 2 | ESPE2019

Dual Diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes and ADHD

Mazor-Aronovitch Kineret , Pinhas-Hamiel Orit , Modan-Moses Dalit , Levek Noah , Pivko-Levy Dikla , Miller Shahar , Graph-Barel Chana , Frumkin Ben-David Rachel , Ben-Ami Michal , Stern Eve Z , Gruber Noah , Levy-Shraga Yael , Landau Zohar

Background: Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most common neurobehavioral disorder of childhood. Type 1 diabetes (T1DM) is the most common metabolic disease in children. The treatment of T1DM requires high executive functions and requires very intensive treatment that could be an obstacle for patients with ADHD. Dual diagnosis of T1DM and ADHD might affect treatment, control and complications of T1DM. In order to prevent long-term complica...

hrp0092p1-31 | Diabetes and Insulin | ESPE2019

Dual Diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes and ADHD

Mazor-Aronovitch Kineret , Pinhas-Hamiel Orit , Modan-Moses Dalit , Levek Noah , Pivko-Levy Dikla , Miller Shahar , Graph-Barel Chana , Ben-David Rachel Frumkin , Ben-Ami Michal , Stern Eve Z , Gruber Noah , Levy-Shraga Yael , Landau Zohar

Background: Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most common neurobehavioral disorder of childhood. Type 1 diabetes (T1DM) is the most common metabolic disease in children. The treatment of T1DM requires high executive functions and requires very intensive treatment that could be an obstacle for patients with ADHD. Dual diagnosis of T1DM and ADHD might affect treatment, control and complications of T1DM. In order to prevent long-term complica...

hrp0089fc10.6 | Late Breaking | ESPE2018

Primary Ovarian Insufficiency Incidence Rate and ETIOLOGY AMONG ISRAELI ADOLESCENTS between the Years 2000–2016 – A Multi-Center Study

Gruber Noah , Kugler Shir , de Vries Liat , Brener Avivit , Zung Amnon , Eyal Ori , Rachmiel Marianna , Koren Ilana , Tenenbaum-Rakover Yardena , Hershkovitz Eli , Landau Zohar , Oren Meirav , Eliakim Alon , Zangen David , German Alina , Majdoub Hussein , Mazor-Aronovitch Kineret , Modan-Moses Dalit , Yeshayahu Yonatan , Naugolni Larisa , Levy-Shraga Yael , Ben-Ami Michal , Brill Gherta , Levy-Khademi Floris , Avnon-Ziv Carmit , Tiosano Dov , Harel Shira , Kedem Einat , Segev-Becker Anat , Shoenfeld Yehuda , Pinhas-Hamiel Orit

Introduction: Primary ovarian Insufficiency (POI) occurring in youth is a devastating condition. POI is characterized by at least 4 months of disordered menses in association with menopausal follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) levels. The most common causes of POI in adolescence are iatrogenic and chromosomal abnormalities. Data are scarce regarding the incidence of POI in adolescents.Objectives: We aimed to estimate the incidence and the distribution of ...