Congenital complete absence of GH, TSH and PRL in infants: a consequence of Pit-1 gene deletion.

@article{Preeyasombat1993CongenitalCA,
  title={Congenital complete absence of GH, TSH and PRL in infants: a consequence of Pit-1 gene deletion.},
  author={Chawalit Preeyasombat and Chittiwat Suprasongsin and A Chiranuphab and Pat Mahachoklertwattana and Arporn Sriphrapradang and Lulin Choubtum},
  journal={Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand = Chotmaihet thangphaet},
  year={1993},
  volume={76 Suppl 2},
  pages={232-9}
}
The patient was the first child of a short mother (140 cm) born at term with a birthweight of 2,700 g. On arrival, she was 1 4/12-year-old, weighed 4,150 g and 47 cm long. Her bone age was at the 6 month-old level. Endocrine investigation revealed undetectable plasma growth hormone (GH), thyrotropin (TSH) and prolactin (PRL) levels. CT scan of ovaries… CONTINUE READING