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La morbidité à long terme des enfants traités par hormone de croissance synthétique

Abstract : The literature is scarce regarding the long term effect of synthetic growth hormone (GH) treatment. The objective of this thesis was to analyse the morbidity of 6874 patients from the French SAGhE study treated by GH for short stature, focusing on three themes: Neurovascular risk: Using two population-based registries, we showed an increase in the risk of stroke (SIR 3.5 to 4.4 according the registry used), more specifically for the subarachnoid hemorrhage (SIR 5.7 or 6.3). Risk of diabetes : Using the antidiabetic drugs deliveries obtained from the French national health insurance database, no difference in the risk of treated diabetes was found (SPR 1.0). Risk of cancer : Compared with the French population-based registries of cancer, no significant difference in the risk of cancer was found (SIR 0.7), but the excess risk for bone tumor is 3.5 . Events were identified from three sources : a) Information on vital status collected from the Répertoire National d’Identification des Personnes Physiques and cause of death as indicated on death certificate, b) Health questionnaire sent to all living patients, c) Data extracted from the French national health insurance information, including the French hospital discharge database, also called Programme de Médicalisation des Systèmes d’Information from 2008 to December 2010, long-lasting affection statements, and antidiabetics drugs deliveries.
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Amélie Poidvin. La morbidité à long terme des enfants traités par hormone de croissance synthétique. Médecine humaine et pathologie. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017USPCB011⟩. ⟨tel-02110286⟩

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