Vivekenanda Pateda

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Methods We performed a cross sectional analytic observational study. One hundred twenty three obese children, ages 10 – 14 years with and without acanthosis nigricans got examined for insulin resistance using Homeostasis Model Assessment of Insulin Resistance Index (HOMA-IR). Diagnosis of acanthosis nigricans is confirmed by a dermatologist. This study took(More)
Conclusion Our data showed a relatively higher prevalence of cryptorchidism in children older than 2 years of age, which may be caused by late diagnosis. We need to increase the awareness of this condition among public population and medical providers. Authors’ details Pediatric Endocrinology Division, Department of Child Health, Medical School, University(More)
Results There were 54 obese children, mean age 12.2 (11.9 to 12.5) years. Thirty seven (68.5%) boys and 17 (31.5%) girls. With 34 children (63%) had insulin resistance: 23 (67.6%) male sex, and 11 (32.4%) girls, 18 (52.9%) no history of diabetes mellitus in families and 16 (47.1%) were found in the family history of diabetes mellitus. The average fasting(More)
Results There are 38 children with T2DM (16 boys, 22 girls). Twenty two children are diagnosed at >10 years old. Cases come spreadly from 11 provinces, the most cases are from Jakarta (16), Central Java (7) and West Java (6). Most frequent cases are diagnosed in May, June and December. Almost all cases are diagnosed by Pediatric Endocrinologist (10 cases).(More)
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