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1. Comparison of postnatal catch-up growth according to definitions of small for gestational age infants   
Jisun Huh, Ji Yoon Kwon, Hye Ryun Kim, Eun Hee Lee, Young-Jun Rhie, Byung Min Choi, Kee-Hyoung Lee
Korean J Pediatr. 2018 March;61(3):71-77.  Publication Date (Online): 2018 March 15
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2. Screening of SHOX gene sequence variants in Saudi Arabian children with idiopathic short stature   
Abdulla A. Alharthi, Ehab I. El-Hallous, Iman M. Talaat, Hamed A. Alghamdi, Matar I. Almalki, Ahmed Gaber
Korean J Pediatr. 2017 October;60(10):327-332.  Publication Date (Online): 2017 October 15
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3. Concomitant occurrence of Turner syndrome and growth hormone deficiency   
Jung Yu, Ha Young Shin, Chong Guk Lee, Jae Hyun Kim
Korean J Pediatr. 2016 November;59(Suppl 1):S121-124.  Publication Date (Online): 2016 November 30
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4. A case of anemia caused by combined vitamin B12 and iron deficiency manifesting as short stature and delayed puberty Anemia   
Seung Min Song (Song SM), Keun Wook Bae (Bae KW), Hoi-Soo Yoon (Yoon HS), Ho Joon Im (Im HJ), Jong-Jin Seo (Seo JJ)
Korean J Pediatr. 2010 May;53(5):661-665.
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5. Analysis of cytosine adenine repeat polymorphism of the IGF-I promoter gene in children with idiopathic short stature   
Jae Hoon Moon (Moon JH), Woo Yeong Chun (Chun WY)
Korean J Pediatr. 2009 March;52(3):356-363.
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6. Joubert syndrome with peripheral dysostosis - A case report of long term follow-up -   
Jung Tae Kim (Kim JT), Sun Jun Kim (Kim SJ), Chan-Uhng Joo (Joo CU), Soo Chul Cho (Cho SC), Dae-Youl Lee (Lee DY)
Korean J Pediatr. 2007 March;50(3):315-318.
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7. Effects of growth hormone treatment on glucose metabolism in idiopathic short stature   
Seung Yeon Kwon (Kwon SY), Duk-Hee Kim (Kim DH), Ho-Seong Kim (Kim HS)
Korean J Pediatr. 2006 June;49(6):665-671.
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8. Effects of NG-monomethyl-L-arginine and L-arginine on cerebral hemodynamics and energy metabolism during reoxygenation-reperfusion after cerebral hypoxia-ischemia in newborn piglets   
Sun Young Ko (Ko SY), Saem Kang (Kang S), Yun Sil Chang (Chang YS), Eun Ae Park (Park EA), Won Soon Park (Park WS)
Korean J Pediatr. 2006 March;49(3):317-325.
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9. The effect of growth hormone treatment in short children born small for their gestational ages   
Joo Hee Seo (Seo JH), Duk Hee Kim (Kim DH)
Korean J Pediatr. 2006 March;49(3):312-316.
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10. Effects of Growth Hormone Therapy in Children with Idiopathic Short Stature   
Kyong A Lee (Lee KA), Heon Seok Han (Han HS)
Korean J Pediatr. 2005 August;48(8):865-870.
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11. The Effect of Growth Hormone on Patients with Growth Hormone Deficiency and Idiopathic Short Stature   
Jeong Cheol Kang (Kang JC), Yoon Suk Choi (Choi YS), In Kyong Choi (Choi IK), Ho Sung Kim (Kim HS), Duk Hee Kim (Kim DH)
Korean J Pediatr. 2004 March;47(3):310-318.
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12. A Case of Rothmund-Thomson Syndrome with Pure Red Cell Aplasia, Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia and Chronic Respiratory Infection   
Jung Hyun Lee (Lee JH), Eun Seok Roh (Roh ES), Yoo Rah Hong (Hong YR), Jae Sun Park (Park JS), Ghi Seok Seo (Seo GS), Bang Hur (Hur B), Mi Hyang Kim (Kim MH)
Korean J Pediatr. 2004 December;47(12):1351-1355.
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13. Overnight Growth Hormone Secretions and Sleep Patterns in Idiopathic Short Stature Children   
Sang Young Seo (Seo SY), Kee Hyoung Lee (Lee KH), Baik Lin Eun (Eun BL), Chang Sung Sohn (Sohn CS), Young Chang Tockgo (Tockgo YC), Chol Shin (Shin C), Baek-Hyun Kim (Kim BH)
Korean J Pediatr. 2003 April;46(4):363-369.
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14. Growth Hormone Receptor Mutation and Partial Growth Hormone Insensitivity in Children with Idiopathic Short Stature   
So Chung Chung (Chung SC), Ran Namgung (Namgung R), Duk Hee Kim (Kim DH)
Korean J Pediatr. 2001 August;44(8):922-935.
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15. Serum Levels of Insulin-Like Growth Factor- and Insulin-Like Growth Factor Binding Protein-3 between Short Children with or without Intrauterine Growth Retardation   
Kye Shik Shim (Shim KS), Se Young Kim (Kim SY), Choong Ho Shin (Shin CH), Sei Won Yang (Yang SW)
Korean J Pediatr. 1999 March;42(3):390-396.
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16. Cardiovascular Effects of Growth Hormone Treatment in Idiopathic Short Stature   
Hyang Ok Woo (Woo HO), Dong Wook Kim (Kim DW)
Korean J Pediatr. 1997 August;40(8):1149-1155.
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17. Characteristics of Insulin-Like Growth Factor I in Serum; Pattern of Insulin-Like Growth Factor Binding Protein (Large Complex) in Short Stature Patients with Complete Growth Hormone Deficiency   
Jin Nyoung Park (Park JN), Byung Deok Seo (Seo BD), Jeh Hoon Shin (Shin JH), Soo Ji Moon (Moon SJ), Sung Yeoul Chang (Chang SY)
Korean J Pediatr. 1994 November;37(11):1548-1559.
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18. The Effect of Long-Term Corticosteroid Treatment on Height Velocity in Childhood   
Byung Mun Lee (Lee BM), Chan Yung Kim (Kim CY)
Korean J Pediatr. 1993 February;36(2):185-194.
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19. Growth Promoting Effect of Recombinant methionyl-Growth Hormone in Children with Chronic Renal Failure   
Heon Seok Han (Han HS), Yong Choi (Choi Y), Hyung Ro Moon (Moon HR)
Korean J Pediatr. 1992 October;35(10):1355-1360.
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