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Метаболический эффект гормона ростапри гипопитуитаризме у взрослых

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Аннотация

Обзор освещает основные метаболические нарушения, характерные для взрослых пациентов с гипопитуитаризмом
(ГП), которые зачастую невозможно решить с помощью традиционной заместительной гормональной терапии.
Положительное влияние терапии рекомбинантным гормоном роста (рГР) доказало необходимость ее применения у этих па-
циентов. Комплексное замещение всех тропных недостаточностей, включая соматотропный гормон (СТГ), позволяет орга-
низму работать в условиях гормонального обмена, максимально приближенного к нормальному, полностью нивелируя
или сводя к минимуму последствия метаболических нарушений, характерных для взрослых с ГП.

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E V Nagaeva



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Nagaeva E.V. Метаболический эффект гормона ростапри гипопитуитаризме у взрослых. Ожирение и метаболизм. 2010;7(1):21-27. https://doi.org/10.14341/2071-8713-5274

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. Metabolicheskiy effekt gormona rostapri gipopituitarizme u vzroslykh. Obesity and metabolism. 2010;7(1):21-27. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.14341/2071-8713-5274

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