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Growth failure secondary to moyamoya syndrome.
  1. C A MacKenzie,
  2. R D Milner,
  3. U Bergvall,
  4. T Powell
  1. Department of Paediatrics, Children's Hospital, Sheffield.

    Abstract

    We describe a boy who presented at the age of 7 years with short stature due to hypopituitarism. Six months after starting appropriate hormone replacement treatment at the age of 8 he suffered his first generalised convulsion. Further neuroradiological investigation led to the diagnosis of moyamoya syndrome.

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