Binding of Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 to Erythrocytes in Children with Thalassemia
Short stature is a common feature of children with thalassemia [1–5]. Several studies have shown that when patients with thalassemia approach puberty they present a significant delay of growth [6, 7].
KeywordsGrowth Hormone Thalassemia Major Thalassemic Child Lipoatrophic Diabetes Somatomedin Activity
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