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Hypopituitarism in Children (cont.)

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Follow-up

The doctor or health care practitioner may schedule routine checkups every three months to monitor growth and development.

Frequent checkups for children on growth hormone replacement therapy may be scheduled to monitor progress and side effects.

A doctor who specializes in studying hormones (a pediatric endocrinologist) should supervise the treatment of children with hypopituitarism.

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Hypopituitarism is a partial or complete insufficiency of pituitary hormone secretion, which may derive from pituitary or hypothalamic disease.

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