ECE2022 Eposter Presentations Reproductive and Developmental Endocrinology (93 abstracts)
The purpose of the study: Is to study the frequency of thyroid diseases in adolescents (boys and girls) in 2 regions of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Material and methods.: We have been examined and surveyed in the framework of screening just for the period from January 1, 2021 to April 1, 2021 - 1023 boys and girls in the two regions of RUZ - 523 adolescents were examined in the Djizakh region and 500 adolescents in the Namangan region Aged from 11 to 15 years. The main contingent amounted to students of colleges and schools. All 1023 adolescents were performed by all anthropometric studies based on the international growth and weight map of Tanner-Waithause. The assessment of the puberty stage according to J. Tanner, if necessary, patients were sent to add-on-x-ray (radiograph of brush, CT/MRI of the Turkish saddle), ultrasound of genital organs, consultation of the surgeon, genetics, etc. research.
Results: In total, among 1023 adolescents, 230 (22.4%) patients with iodine deficient diseases of the thyroid gland were identified: diffuse goiter (DG) 1 ST - 135 B (13.3%), diffuse goiter 2 ST - 54 BC (5, 3%), autoimmune thyroiditis - 38 (3.7%). At the same time, in patients with DG, euthyroidism was observed in 106 adolescents (10.3%), and hypothyroidism - in 83 (8.1%). In the Namangan region, 141 (28.2%) patients with iodine deficient diseases of 500 examined, and in Jizzakh - 89 out of 523 examined (17.1%)
Conclusions: In total among 1023 adolescents, 230 (22.4%) patients with iodine deficient diseases of the thyroid gland were revealed. This in turn also indicates that iodine deficiencies are a factor in the risk of developing violations of sexual, physical and general development in adolescents
21 May 2022 - 24 May 2022