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Endocrine dysfunction after bone marrow transplantation during childhood and adolescence

Korean Journal of Pediatrics 2010;53(3):420-427.
Published online March 15, 2010.
Endocrine dysfunction after bone marrow transplantation during childhood and adolescence
Hye Young Jin, Jin-Ho Choi, Ho-Joon Im, Jong-Jin Seo, Hyung-Nam Moon, Han-Wook Yoo
Department of Pediatrics, Asan Medical Center Children`s Hospital, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
소아 및 청소년기에서 골수이식 후에 발생할 수 있는 내분비 기능 부전
진혜영, 최진호, 임호준, 서종진, 문형남, 유한욱
울산의대 서울아산병원 소아청소년병원 소아청소년과
Han-Wook Yoo, Email: hwyoo@amc.seoul.kr
Received: 13 January 2010   • Revised: 25 February 2010   • Accepted: 2 March 2010
: Several complications can occur in patients who received bone marrow transplantation (BMT) during childhood and adolescence. This study aims to investigate endocrine dysfunctions after BMT so that better care can be provided to care for long-term survivors of BMT.
: One hundred patients (61 males, 39 females) were included in this study. Clinical parameters such as initial diagnosis, age at BMT, conditioning regimen, presence of graft-versus-host disease (GVHD), growth pattern, thyroid function, and pubertal status were retrospectively reviewed to evaluate risk factors associated with endocrine dysfunction.
: Height standard deviation score (SDS) at BMT, after 1 year of BMT, and at the last visit were 0.08¡¾1.04, -0.09¡¾ 1.02, and -0.27¡¾1.18, respectively (P=0.001). Height SDS significantly decreased in patients who received total body irradiation (TBI) (P=0.017). One of the patients who received TBI demonstrated growth hormone deficiency. Thirty (31.9%) of 94 patients had compensated hypothyroidism. Incidence of compensated hypothyroidism was higher among those who had GVHD (odds ratio 2.82, P=0.025). Of the 32 patients (17 males, 15 females) who were over 14 years in male and 13 years in female at the last visit, 16 (3 males, 13 females) had increased luteinizing hormone (LH) or follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). Abnormal elevation of LH or FSH was more common in females (odds ratio 30.3, P=0.001).
: The most common endocrine dysfunction was ovarian insufficiency. Regular check-up for endocrine function needs to be required due to high incidence of endocrine dysfunction in patients with BMT.
Key Words: Bone marrow transplantation, Childhood, Adolescence, Endocrine dysfunction

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