Prolonged survival without therapy in congenital adrenal hypoplasia.

Abstract

A diagnosis of congenital adrenal hypoplasia was established in a male child at 3 years of age. Although there was biochemical evidence of mineralocorticoid deficiency when he was 2 months old, no definite glucocorticoid deficiency was demonstrated. The child thrived well without replacement hormone therapy until he contracted an illness associated with… (More)

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