Chronic Hydrocephalus Associated with Short Stature and Growth Hormone Deficiency
A 28‐year‐old Man with Chronic Hydrocephalus Due to Aqueductal Stenosis Was Found to Have a Subnormal Response of Growth Hormone to Arginine Infusion. It is Postulated that Compression of the Pituitary by the Enlarged Third Ventricle Produced a Deficiency of Growth Hormone and Short Stature. Copyright © 1977 American Neurological Association
D. B. Hier and A. C. Wiehl, "Chronic Hydrocephalus Associated with Short Stature and Growth Hormone Deficiency," Annals of Neurology, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 246 - 248, Wiley, Jan 1977.
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01 Jan 1977