Default: Clinical Endocrinology

ISSN: 0300-0664

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Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd United Kingdom
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Clinical Endocrinology is a journal indexed in SJR in Endocrinology and Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism with an H index of 147. It has a price of 3333 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,055 and it has a best quartile of Q2. It is published in English.

Clinical Endocrinology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: growth, hormone, patients, diabetes, insulin, obese, type, polycystic, ovary, d, ...

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Languages: English

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Aims and Scope

growth, hormone, patients, diabetes, insulin, obese, type, polycystic, ovary, d, women, levels, lower, serum, autism, adults, vitamin, treatment, blockade, circulating, concentrations, factor, phaeochromocytoma, receptor, testosterone, therapy,

Best articles

131I-6beta-Iodomethylnorcholesterol scintigraphy: an assessment of its role in the investigation of adrenocortical incidentalomas

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A pedunculated aldosterone-producing adenoma drained by an extra vein causing puzzling results of adrenal vein sampling

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Ablation of the thyroid remnant and131I dose in differentiated thyroid cancer

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Adrenal hyperandrogenism in adolescent girls with a history of low birthweight and precocious pubarche

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Adrenal responsiveness to high, low and very low ACTH 1-24 doses in obesity

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Alcohol ingestion decreases both diurnal and nocturnal secretion of leptin in healthy individuals

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Aldosterone production despite absence or defectiveness of the CYP21 genes in two patients with salt-losing congenital adrenal hyperplasia caused by steroid 21-hydroxylase deficiency

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Androgens and penile erection: evidence for a direct relationship between free testosterone and cavernous vasodilation in men with erectile dysfunction

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beta3-adrenoreceptor gene polymorphism and leptin. Lack of relationship in type 2 diabetic patients

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Biochemical cure of recurrent acromegaly by resection of cervical spinal canal metastases

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Bone loss in hyperthyroid patients and in former hyperthyroid patients controlled on medical therapy: influence of aetiology and menopause

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Bone mass and metabolism in women aged 45-55

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Bone metabolism during anti-thyroid drug treatment of endogenous subclinical hyperthyroidism

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Bone mineral density in hyperthyroidism

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Bone mineral density, bone metabolism and body composition of children with chronic renal failure, with and without growth hormone treatment

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Calcium-sensing receptor expression and signalling in human parathyroid adenomas and primary hyperplasia

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Carcinoid tumours presenting as breast cancer: the utility of radionuclide imaging with 123I-MIBG and 111In-DTPA pentetreotide

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Chromogranin A as serum marker of pituitary adenomas

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Circadian variation of plasma cortisol in prepubertal children with normal stature, short stature and growth hormone deficiency

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Clinical features of women with resistance to luteinizing hormone

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Coexistence of bilateral adrenal phaeochromocytoma and Idiopathic hyperaldosteronism

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Conn's syndrome: no longer a needle in a haystack?

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Currently used growth-promoting treatment of children results in normal bone mass and density. A prospective trial of discontinuing growth hormone treatment in adolescents‡

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Cytoplasmic staining of erbB-2 but not mRNA levels correlates with differentiation in human thyroid neoplasia

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