Congenital adrenal hyperplasia due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency: Newborn screening and its relationship to the diagnosis and treatment of the disorder

Songya Pang, Anastasia Clark, Eurico Camargo Neto, Roberto Giugliani, Heather Dean, Jeremy Winter, Jean Louis Dhondt, J. P. Farriaux, Annette Graters, Emanuele Cacciari, Antonio Balsamo, Sandro Piazzi, Seizo Suwa, Yusuhiro Kuroda, Yoshiro Wada, Hiroshi Naruse, T. Kizaki, N. Ichihara, Osamu Arai, S. HaradaKenji Fujieda, Nobuo Matsuura, Seizo Suwa, Satoshi Kusuda, Masaru Fukushi, Yoshikiyo Mizushima, Y. Kikuti, Takio Yoyoura, Sumitaka Saisho, Kazukiko Shimozawa, Masaru Matsumoto, Dianne Webster, Laura Vilarinho, A. M. Wallace, Iñaki Eguileor, I. Marzana, Elena Dulin Iñiguez, A. Fernandez Sanchez, C. Gonzalez Gallego, Lars Hagenfeldt, Claes Guthenberg, Ulrika von Dobeln, Astrid Thilen, Agne Larsson, T. Torresani, Christy LeBlond, Christine Papadea, Frank Rumph, Willie Craft, Sydney Kling, Eva Tsalikian, Jennifer Cook, J. Getchell, J. Susanin, Marvin Mitchell, Lindsay Hofman, Edwin Naylor, Bradford Therrell, Lois Brown, Linda Prentice, Michael Glass, Sheila Neier

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