The Diabetes Center is dedicated to providing the highest level of comprehensive care for your child. By incorporating patient care, education and research in one center, we work to advance medical treatment for your child and to promote diabetes prevention worldwide.
The Type 2 Diabetes Comprehensive Care Clinic team offers specialized, multi-disciplinary care for adolescents living with type 2 diabetes.
The Endocrine Fanconi Anemia Program is one of the specialty services available to patients being treated at the Fanconi Anemia Comprehensive Care Center. Fanconi anemia and its treatments (androgens, bone marrow transplant and steroid therapy) can affect how the endocrine glands work.
Learn more about the Endocrine Hematology / Oncology (HEM / ONC) Program, our specialty service that provides care for patients whose endocrine systems have been affected by cancer surgery or therapy.
Learn more about how the Endocrine Neuromuscular Program cares for children who encounter endocrine problems due to neuromuscular treatments such as steroid therapy.
Turner syndrome is a genetic disorder that can cause a variety of problems for girls and women born with it. Learn about how our Turner Syndrome Center provides long-term healthcare management.
The Adult Turner Syndrome Center at Cincinnati Children’s is a multi-disciplinary center for adults with Turner Syndrome (TS). We offer an integrated approach to treatment and management of TS associated disorders, and provide health surveillance, gynecological exams and referrals for women with TS.
The Cincinnati Center for Growth Disorders (CCGD) is a multi-disciplinary clinic coupled with a research program that brings cutting-edge genetic diagnostics to children with undiagnosed growth disorders. The clinic brings together endocrinologists and geneticists with specific expertise in growth disorders and genomic evaluation.
Our clinic treats patients with a wide range of skeletal disorders. Learn about our diagnosis, care and treatment options for children and adolescents.
Cincinnati Children's offers expert care for children diagnosed with Septo-Optic Dysplasia. The clinic is designed to incorporate all subspecialty patient needs into a centralized location.
A relatively rare condition, hypothalamic obesity occurs when the hypothalamus, an area of the brain that controls appetite and metabolism, is damaged or does not function properly. The International Registry for Hypothalamic Obesity Disorders (IRHOD) was established to find patients affected by this condition, facilitate future research, and ultimately improve management of this disorder.
Our Diabetes and Endocrinology services are ranked No. 7 in the country in the 2017-18 list of Best Children's Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.
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