Riesgo aterogénico en el déficit de hormona de crecimiento: una mirada desde la infancia

Francisco Carvajal Martínez, Yuraimi Piz Ramos


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22206/cysa.2018.v2i2.pp9-20

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La Deficiencia de Hormona de Crecimiento es la forma más común de hipopituitarismo en niños. Desde la infancia se asocia con disminución de la masa magra e incremento de la grasa corporal, perfil desfavorable lipídico y glucémico e insulinoresistencia. Todos estos factores aceleran la aterosclerosis y promueven una elevada morbilidad cardiovascular.

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