hrp0086p2-p523 | Fat Metabolism and Obesity P2 | ESPE2016

Body Image Perception Changes in Obese and Lean Children

Viazava Liudmila , Solntsava Anzhalika , Sukalo Alexander

Background: Body image (BI) is subjective picture of one’s own physical appearance established both by self-observation and by noting the reactions of others. Different BI scales used for screening of the Binge Eating symptoms that strongly linked to obesity.Objective and hypotheses: We supposed to get differences in the own body image perception in overweight and lean children.Method: BI questionnaire (BIQ) and own body satis...

hrp0082p2-d3-396 | Fat Metabolism & Obesity (2) | ESPE2014

D2 Dopamine Receptor Agonists Influence in the Animal Model of Dietary Obesity

Viazava Liudmila , Solntsava Anzhalika , Sukalo Alexander , Dashkevich Elena , Stukach Yuliya

Background: Increased caloric intake in dietary obesity (DO) could be driven by central mechanisms regulating reward-seeking behavior. Leptin modulates the mesolimbic dopamine system and vice versa.Objective and hypotheses: We supposed D2 dopamine receptor agonists to influence weight gain and leptin level in genetically unmodified rats (GUR) with high caloric diet (HCD) as dietary obesity.Method: Male rats (n=48,...

hrp0084p1-68 | Fat | ESPE2015

Leptin Resistance Alteration after Modulation of Dopamine System Funcional Activity in Rat’s Diet-Induced Obesity

Viazava Liudmila , Solntsva Angzhalika , Sukalo Alexander , Dashkevich Alena , Stukach Julia

Background and aim: High caloric diet (HCD) in diet-induced obesity (DIO) can be caused by central mechanisms regulating reward-seeking behaviour. Leptin modulates the dopamine system and vice versa. We supposed D2 dopamine receptor agonist and dopamine neurons toxin to influence weight gain and leptin level, mobility and behaviour in wild type rats (GUR) with HCD.Materials and methods: Male rats (n=64, 183.0±14.0 g) were divided into HCD g...

hrp0094p2-190 | Fat, metabolism and obesity | ESPE2021

Evaluation of the nutritional behavior of small and large for gestational age children

Prylutskaya Veranika , Solntsava Anzhalika , Dashkevich Helena , Sukalo Alexander , Shyshko Julia ,

Background: In recent years a special interest of researchers is focused on questions related to the early stages of the formation of food behavior (FB), considering their close connection with socially significant problems of the present - obesity, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular pathology, etc.Aims: To assess the characteristics of the children’ nutritional behavior, taking into account the level of physical development at birt...

hrp0082p2-d2-375 | Fat Metabolism & Obesity (1) | ESPE2014

Family and Genetic Factors Influence the Metabolic Changes in Children

Solntsava Anzhalika , Viazava Liudmila , Sukalo Alexander , Aksionava Elena , Danilenko Nina

Background: Primary and secondary prevention of childhood obesity is an essential public health priority.Objective and hypotheses: To determine relationships between families, genetic and metabolic obesity risk factors in children.Method: 782 children (204 lean/578 obese; m/f=414/368) aged from 2 to 17.9 years were examined and classified in line with the pubertal stage: 392 prepubertal, 141 early, and 249 late puberty. Family hist...

hrp0082p1-d3-130 | Fat Metabolism & Obesity (2) | ESPE2014

Features of Neuroendocrine Status in Children with Different Forms of Obesity

Solntsava Anzhalika , Zagrebaeva Olga , Mikhno Hanna , Dashkevich Helena , Sukalo Alexandr , Konchyts Katsiaryna

Background: The relationship of obesity and emotional disorders is confirmed in many studies. It is known that one of the substances responsible for the emotional status is dopamine.Objective: To study the features of neuroendocrine status in obese children.Methods: We examined 285 children (206 obese, age 14.56±2 years, BMI 32.86±5.1 kg/m2; 79 normal weight (control), 14.51±2.2 years (P=0.95), 19...

hrp0089p3-p291 | Pituitary, Neuroendocrinology and Puberty P3 | ESPE2018

Neonatal Panhypopituitarism with Hypoglycemia, Edema, Inspiratory Stridor and Cholestasis

Momm Benita , Nitsch Alexander , Hammer Elke

We report the case of a female newborn, first child of healthy, non-consanguineous parents, born at 42+0 weeks of gestation, who was admitted 21 h after birth with severe hypoglycemia, hypothermia, decreased muscle tone, inspiratory stridor and edema. The course included poor feeding and failure to thrive, hyperbilirubinemia and cholestasis. Infectious or metabolic diseases were ruled out by clinical and laboratory investigations. Hormonal evaluation confirmed the diagnosis of...

hrp0092p2-109 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity | ESPE2019

Metabolic Syndrome in Children and Adolescents who Survived After Childhood Cancer

Zhukovskaya Elena , Gavrilova Anna , Nasedkina Tatiana , Chechelnitskaya Serafima , Lisitsa Tatiana , Karelin Alexander , Kasatkin Vladimir , Rumyantsev Alexander

Background/Objectives: During treatment of children and adolescents with cancer, an imbalance of carbohydrate and mineral metabolism may occur, leading to clinical manifestations of the components of the metabolic syndrome. The aim of the work was to study the frequency and severity of various clinical signs associated with metabolic syndrome in a cohort of patients from the Russian Field Clinical Rehabilitation Center.Design/Met...

hrp0086p1-p622 | Growth P1 | ESPE2016

Major Plasma Carotenoids Levels in Growth Hormone Deficient Children

Pankratova Maria , Yusipovich Alexander , Vorontsova Maria , Baizhumanov Adil , Cherkashin Alexander , Shiryaeva Tatiana , Solovchenko Alexei , Peterkova Valentina

Background: Carotenoids are potent antioxidants that affect many different metabolic processes. In plasma, carotenoids are transported with lipoproteins. Growth hormone deficiency (GHD) is known to induce oxidative stress and deterioration in the lipid profile, which can change the level and composition of carotenoids. Particularly interesting to measure these parameters in GHD children.Objective and hypotheses: The aim of this study is to examine the am...

hrp0092fc11.6 | Pituitary, Neuroendocrinology and Puberty Session 2 | ESPE2019

Pubertal Timing in Parents is Associated with Timing of Pubertal Milestones in Offspring of Concordant Sex – but Only Inconsistently with Milestones in Offspring of Discordant Sex

Busch Alexander S , Hagen Casper P , Juul Anders

Context: Puberty timing is highly heritable. Recent genome-wide association studies, comparing timing of menarche in girls to timing of voice-break and facial hair in boys, revealed a largely overlapping genetic architecture of female and male pubertal timing. However, it is also known that genetic heterogeneity between sexes exists for some loci.Objectives: We hypothesized that self-reported relative parental pubertal t...