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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 79, Number 6, 1 December 2013

Telomeres and endocrine dysfunction of the adrenal and GH/IGF‐1 axes
pp. 751-759(9)
Authors: Aulinas, Anna; Ramírez, María José; Barahona, María José; Mato, Eugènia; Bell, Olga; Surrallés, Jordi; Webb, Susan M.

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Headache and pituitary disease: a systematic review
pp. 760-769(10)
Authors: Kreitschmann‐Andermahr, I.; Siegel, S.; Weber Carneiro, R.; Maubach, J. M.; Harbeck, B.; Brabant, G.

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When would I use medical therapies for the treatment of primary hyperparathyroidism?
pp. 770-773(4)
Authors: Crowley, Rachel K.; Gittoes, Neil J.

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The important players in primary hyperparathyroidism
pp. 774-775(2)
Author: Bollerslev, Jens

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Vitamin D status in primary hyperparathyroidism: a Southern European perspective
pp. 784-790(7)
Authors: Tassone, Francesco; Gianotti, Laura; Baffoni, Claudia; Visconti, Gianluca; Pellegrino, Micaela; Cassibba, Sara; Croce, Chiara Giulia; Magro, Giampaolo; Cesario, Flora; Attanasio, Roberto; Borretta, Giorgio

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One year weight loss in the TRAMOMTANA study. A randomized controlled trial
pp. 791-799(9)
Authors: Tur, Juan Jesús; Escudero, Antonio Jorge; Alos, María Micaela; Salinas, Ramón; Terés, Emma; Soriano, Joan B.; Nicola, Gabriela; Urgelés, Juan Ramón; Pagán, Alberto; Cortes, Baltasar; González, Xavier; Burguera, Bartolomé

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Increased circulating CC chemokine levels in the metabolic syndrome are reduced by low‐dose atorvastatin treatment: evidence from a randomized controlled trial
pp. 800-806(7)
Authors: Loughrey, Brona V.; McGinty, Ann; Young, Ian S.; McCance, David R.; Powell, Lesley A.

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Appetite‐regulating hormones from the upper gut: disrupted control of xenin and ghrelin in night workers
pp. 807-811(5)
Authors: Schiavo‐Cardozo, Daniela; Lima, Marcelo M. O.; Pareja, José Carlos; Geloneze, Bruno

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Circulating interleukin 6 and soluble forms of its receptors in relation to resting energy expenditure in women with anorexia nervosa
pp. 812-816(5)
Authors: Karczewska‐Kupczewska, Monika; Adamska, Agnieszka; Nikołajuk, Agnieszka; Otziomek, Elżbieta; Górska, Maria; Kowalska, Irina; Strączkowski, Marek

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Testing new susceptibility genes in the cohort of apparently sporadic phaeochromocytoma/paraganglioma patients with clinical characteristics of hereditary syndromes
pp. 817-823(7)
Authors: Pęczkowska, Mariola; Kowalska, Aldona; Sygut, Jacek; Waligórski, Dariusz; Malinoc, Angelica; Janaszek‐Sitkowska, Hanna; Prejbisz, Aleksander; Januszewicz, Andrzej; Neumann, Hartmut P. H.

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No difference in phenotype of the main Dutch SDHD founder mutations
pp. 824-831(8)
Authors: Hulsteijn, L. T.; den Dulk, A. C.; Hes, F. J.; Bayley, J. P.; Jansen, J. C.; Corssmit, E. P. M.

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Mild neonatal hyperthyrotrophinaemia: 10‐year experience suggests the condition is increasingly common but often transient
pp. 832-837(6)
Authors: Oren, Asaf; Wang, Michael K.; Brnjac, Lori; Mahmud, Farid H.; Palmert, Mark R.

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A novel mutation in IGFALS, c.380T>C (p.L127P), associated with short stature, delayed puberty, osteopenia and hyperinsulinaemia in two siblings: insights into the roles of insulin growth factor‐1 (IGF1)
pp. 838-844(7)
Authors: Hess, Ora; Khayat, Morad; Hwa, Vivian; Heath, Karen E.; Teitler, Amnon; Hritan, Yifat; Allon‐Shalev, Stavit; Tenenbaum‐Rakover, Yardena

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Higher doses of cabergoline further improve metabolic parameters in patients with prolactinoma regardless of the degree of reduction in prolactin levels
pp. 845-852(8)
Authors: Ciresi, Alessandro; Amato, Marco Calogero; Guarnotta, Valentina; Lo Castro, Flavia; Giordano, Carla

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Pituitary dysfunction after traumatic brain injury in children: is there a need for ongoing endocrine assessment?
pp. 853-858(6)
Authors: Casano‐Sancho, Paula; Suárez, Larisa; Ibáñez, Lourdes; García‐Fructuoso, Gemma; Medina, Julita; Febrer, Anna

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Voice problems due to virilization in adult women with congenital adrenal hyperplasia due to 21‐hydroxylase deficiency
pp. 859-866(8)
Authors: Nygren, Ulrika; Nyström, Helena Filipsson; Falhammar, Henrik; Hagenfeldt, Kerstin; Nordenskjöld, Agneta; Södersten, Maria

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Beneficial effects of adequate iodine supply on characteristics of thyroid autonomy
pp. 867-873(7)
Authors: Gaberšček, Simona; Bajuk, Vid; Zaletel, Katja; Pirnat, Edvard; Hojker, Sergej

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A cross‐sectional study of the association between circulating TSH level and lipid profile in a large Spanish population
pp. 874-881(8)
Authors: Santos‐Palacios, Silvia; Brugos‐Larumbe, Antonio; Guillén‐Grima, Francisco; Galofré, Juan C.

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Hyperprolactinaemia associated with increased thyroid volume and autoimmune thyroiditis in patients with prolactinoma
pp. 882-886(5)
Authors: Sayki Arslan, Muyesser; Sahin, Mustafa; Topaloglu, Oya; Tutal, Esra; Karakose, Melia; Gungunes, Askin; Cakal, Erman; Ozbek, Mustafa; Delibasi, Tuncay

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The use of ultrasound elastography in the assessment of malignancy risk in thyroid nodules and multinodular goitres
pp. 887-891(5)
Authors: Rivo‐Vázquez, Ángel; Rodríguez‐Lorenzo, Ángel; Rivo‐Vázquez, José E.; Páramo‐Fernández, Concepción; García‐Lorenzo, Francisco; Pardellas‐Rivera, Hermelinda; Casal‐Núñez, José E.; Gil‐Gil, Pedro

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Random measurements of adiponectin and IL‐6 may not be indicative of the 24‐h profile in critically ill patients
pp. 892-898(7)
Authors: Robinson, Katherine; Jones, Mark; Ordonez, Jenny; Grice, Jeffrey; Davidson, Ben; Prins, John; Venkatesh, Bala

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Nonsustained hypercalcaemia and primary hyperparathyroidism in the PEARS cohort
pp. 899-899(1)
Authors: Bolland, Mark J.; Grey, Andrew

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The Authors' Reply: nonsustained hypercalcaemia and primary hyperparathyroidism in the PEARS cohort
pp. 899-900(2)
Authors: Yu, Ning; Macfarlane, David P.; Donnan, Peter T.; Leese, Graham P.

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The development of the Tuebingen Cushing's disease quality of life inventory (Tuebingen CD‐25). Part II: normative data from 1784 healthy people
pp. 901-903(3)
Authors: Milian, Monika; Teufel, Philipp; Honegger, Juergen; Gallwitz, Baptist; Schnauder, Guenter; Psaras, Tsambika

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Clinical usefulness of growth hormone secretion elicited by acute stimulation tests
pp. 904-904(1)
Authors: Audí, Laura; Carrascosa, Antonio

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