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European Science Review, Issue 1-2/2017

Correlation of hormonal status indicators of physical and sexual development in children with chronic bronchitis

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29013/ESR-17-1.2-159-161

Pages: 159 - 161

Authors: Sharipova O. A., Bobomuratov T. A., Mamatkulova D. H., Turaeva N. O.

Abstract: The evaluation of physical, sexual development, has been carried out, hormonal status and the relationship between these parameters in patients with chronic bronchitis children have been evaluated. The study included 84 children with chronic bronchitis at the age of 10 to 16 years and 230 practically healthy children matched by age and sex, of them, 37 (35,7%) — girls and 47 (64,3%) -boys. It was found that in children with chronic bronchitis the amount and force of significant correlations changed. Impairment of physical and sexual development in children with chronic bronchitis promotes activation of intraendocrine relations in the absence of significant correlations between the content of the hormones of the studied links of endocrine system, may contribute to more frequent disturbance of physical and sexual development in children with chronic bronchitis

Keywords: chronic bronchitis, physical and sexual development, blood hormones, correlation

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