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179 Possible Causes for Early Onset Puberty, Impotence, Pediatric Disorder

  • Klinefelter Syndrome

    Clinical features The classic clinical description includes: [ 1 ] Infertility; small firm testes; decreased facial and pubic hair; loss of libido; impotence.[] disorders, resulting in a rise in the diagnosis and early referral to the pediatric endocrinologist.[] Testosterone replacement therapy: Since males with Klinefelter syndrome don't produce enough testosterone, undergoing testosterone replacement therapy at the onset of puberty[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus Type 1

    Impotence. Again, this is due to poor circulation and nerve damage. Other rare problems. The type and severity of long-term complications vary from case to case.[] Adult and pediatric endocrinologists, specialists in treating hormonal disorders and disorders of the endocrine system, manage patients with diabetes.[] Type 1 DM usually starts in children aged 4 years or older, appearing fairly abruptly, with the peak incidence of onset at age 11-13 years (ie, in early adolescence and puberty[]

  • Anorexia Nervosa

    Impotence: Men with anorexia often become impotent. For reasons not yet understood, individuals suffering from anorexia nervosa become terrified of gaining any weight.[] Identifying and treating eating disorders. Pediatrics. 2003;111:204-11. ).[] […] as age 8 and as late as middle age, but its onset is most common around or just after puberty.[]

  • Forbes-Albright Syndrome

    Accurate treatment can improve infertility and abnormal milk flow among the females while males can be treated for impotency.[] […] suspected pediatric age Corneal disorders ICD9CM Coronary artery disease unstable Cough chronic Creatine kinase elevation Cushings syndrome Cutaneous microvascular occlusion[] Individuals with MAS often experience an abnormally early onset of puberty (gonadotropin independent precocious puberty).[]

  • Precocious Puberty

    Are you at risk for erectile dysfunction?[] J Pediatr Endcrinol Metab 14: 729–734 Google Scholar 5. Loder RT, Wittenberg B, DeSilva G (1995) Slipped capital femoral epiphysis associated with endocrine disorders.[] The signs and symptoms of Precocious Puberty in girls include: Early growth of breasts Onset of menstruation and ovulation The signs and symptoms of Precocious Puberty in[]

  • Acne Vulgaris

    Tympany 100 Gastrointestinal Catarrh of the Ox 114 Gastroenteritis 120 CHAPTER IV 132 Echinorhynchus Gigas of Swine 140 Diseases of the Liver 142 CHAPTER VI 152 PART IV 159 Impotency[] Tollefson, Endocrine disorders and hormonal therapy for adolescent acne, Current Opinion in Pediatrics, 10.1097/MOP.0000000000000515, 29, 4, (455-465), (2017).[] onset of acne, at the age of 8 or 9, in line with epidemiological data, suggesting earlier start of puberty. 25 Table 3 shows an increase in the prevalence of inflammatory[]

  • Delayed Male Puberty

    A low level of sex hormones may cause: Erection problems (impotence) Infertility Low bone density and fractures later in life (osteoporosis) Weakness Contact your provider[] This is because Precocious Puberty in males may be due to a tumor or another type of pathology. It is rare for males to be affected by early onset puberty.[] dysfunction Loss of libido Depression[]

  • Hypogonadism

    Hypogonadism and Erectile Dysfunction Hypogonadism can cause erectile dysfunction . It is a very important cause of impotence in males.[] Transition from pediatric to adult health care: expectations of adolescents with chronic disorders and their parents .[] Increased Risk for Early Gonadarche Associated With Oxandrolone Treatment Investigators examine the onset of puberty and testicular function in prepubertal boys treated with[]

  • Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy

    Diarrhoea and impotence, on their own, cannot be relied on as symptoms of autonomic neuropathy.[] HLA-partially Matched Family Donor After Negative Selection of TCR αβ T Cells in Pediatric Patients Affected by Hematological Disorders Active, not recruiting NCT02065869[] Type 1 DM usually starts in children aged 4 years or older, appearing fairly abruptly, with the peak incidence of onset at age 11-13 years (ie, in early adolescence and puberty[]

  • Torsion of the Appendices and Epididymis

    If untreated, nerve damage can lead to erectile dysfunction (ED, impotence or problems with bowel movements or urination, such as involuntary loss of feces or urine (e.g.,[] Pediatrics. 2000; 105(3):604-607. Gatti, John M., and J. Patrick Murphy. Acute testicular disorders. Pediatrics in Review 29.7 (2008): 235-241. Kadish HA and Bolte RG.[] Testicular torsion Acute Early puberty Diffuse Negative Negative Surgical exploration Appendiceal torsion Subacute Prepubertal Localized to upper pole Negative Positive Bed[]

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