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Normal cortisol response to cold pressor test, but lower free thyroxine, after recovery from undernutrition

01-artigoUndernutrition is a stressor with long-term consequences, and the effect of nutritional recovery on cortisol and thyroid hormone status is
unknown. To investigate basal thyroid hormones and the cortisol response to a cold pressor test in children recovered from undernutrition, a
cross-sectional study was undertaken on children (6–16 years) separated into four groups: control (n 41), stunted (n 31), underweight (n 27)
and recovered (n 31).
 

 

Normal cortisol response to cold pressor test, but lower free thyroxine, after recovery from undernutrition

PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Cortisol stress response; Thyroid status; Undernutrition; Nutritional recovery; malnutrition

AUTORES: Maria Paula de ALBUQUERQUE, Daniel HOFFMAN Ana Lydia SAWAYA.

ANO: 2017

 

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