Clinical Endocrinology

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Edited By: J. S. Bevan, S. J. Judd and S. G. Ball

Impact Factor: 3.396

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 46/122 (Endocrinology & Metabolism)

Online ISSN: 1365-2265

2012 Editor's Choice Articles

FREE ACCESS to the following Editors' Choice articles from 2012:

  • December 2012

An unbalanced maternal diet in pregnancy associates with offspring epigenetic changes in genes controlling glucocorticoid action and foetal growth
Drake et al.

  • November 2012

A reappraisal of the medical therapy with steroidogenesis inhibitors in Cushing's syndrome
Valassi et al.

  • October 2012

Adjuvant lithium improves the efficacy of radioactive iodine treatment in Graves' and toxic nodular disease
Martin et al.

  • September 2012

Progressive decline of residual follicle pool after clinical diagnosis of autoimmune ovarian insufficiency
Falorni et al.

  • August 2012

Identification of novel genetic variants in phosphodiesterase 8B (PDE8B), a cAMP-specific phosphodiesterase highly expressed in the adrenal cortex, in a cohort of patients with adrenal tumours
Rothenbuhler et al.

  • July 2012

Growth hormone regimens in Australia
Hughes et al.

  • June 2012

Timing of gonadectomy in adult women with complete androgen insensitivity syndrome (CAIS): patient preferences and clinical evidence
Deans et al.

  • May 2012

The association of specific metabolites of lipid metabolism with markers of oxidative stress, inflammation and arterial stiffness in men with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes
Ha et al.

  • April 2012

Spontaneous remission of idiopathic aldosteronism after long-term treatment with spironolactone: results from the German Conn’s Registry
Fischer et al.

  • March 2012

Long-term outcomes of distant metastasis from differentiated thyroid carcinoma
Huang et al.

  • February 2012

Lipoprotein alterations and reduced growth hormone secretion: relationships with obesity and cardiovascular risk
Rizzo and Mikhailidis

  • January 2012

Metabolic syndrome: is the preadipocyte to blame?
Lansdown et al.