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Psychosocial Aspects of Medical Conditions Affecting Endocrine Function
Variations in Physical Growth and Development

Suggested Pre-Referral Evaluation and Management Guidelines Child Behavioral Health accepts referrals (newborn to 18 years) for evaluation and treatment of stress or adjustment difficulties associated with having an endocrine condition affecting growth and development. Examples include Turner syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, short stature due to growth hormone deficiency or other conditions, and delayed or early puberty.

In addition to the more common variations in physical growth and development, this service also provides educational and comprehensive psychological services for children born with a disorder of sexual development (DSD), conditions present at birth involving atypical sex chromosomes, gonads or sex anatomy.
Suggested Additional Test/Management Prior to Specialty Visit Medical evaluation of cause(s) and review of treatment options for the endocrine condition.
Patient Education/Information (includes preps) Turner Syndrome
YourChild: Turner syndrome
Turner Syndrome Society of the United States

Klinefelter Syndrome
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Association for X and Y Chromosome Variations

Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
YourChild: Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH)
CARES Foundation

Short Stature YourChild: Growing Up Short in a Tall World (podcast)
MAGIC Foundation

Human Growth Foundation

Puberty and Errors in Timing
YourChild: Precocious (Early) Puberty
YourChild: Puberty, Early (podcast)
YourChild: Puberty, Late (podcast)

For Disorders of Sex Development (DSD)
YourChild: Disorders of Sex Development
YourChild: DSD (podcast, part 1)
YourChild: DSD (podcast, part 2)

Accord Alliance
Appointment Timeframe Time to appointment is typically within 2-3 weeks

Appointments are by: Physician or self-referral

Please call to schedule appointment
How to Get Results to Consultant UMHS Patients: See MiChart
External Patients: Relevant patient medical records or other evaluations may be faxed to Pediatric Psychology (Child Behavioral Health) (734) 936-6897
Clinic Contact Information Physician: 1-800-962-3555
Patient: 734-936-4220
TTD (Michigan Relay System for Hearing Impaired): 1-800-649-3777
Secure Fax: 734-936-6897
Clinic Location Sites CS Mott Children’s Hospital and Von Voightlander Women’s Hospital
UM Consulting Physician David E. Sandberg, PhD
Revised on: 11/19/2014
 
 

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