Growth hormone secretory status evaluated by growth hormone peak after two pharmacological growth hormone release stimuli did not significantly influence the two-year catch-up growth induced by growth hormone therapy in 318 prepubertal short children with idiopathic growth retardation

A. Carrascosa, L. Audí, M. Fernández-Cancio, D. Yeste, M. Gussinye, M. A. Albisu, M. Clemente, A. Fábregas, J. Bel, R. Nosás, M. Rabanal, C. Del Pozo, J. M. Gómez, J. Mesa

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