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Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3)

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Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):261-3

Targeting receptor tyrosine kinases in neuroendocrine neoplasm: what’s going on with lung carcinoids?

Alessandra DICITORE *, Maria C. CANTONE

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Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):264-9

Use of adenovirus type-5 vector vaccines in COVID-19: potential implications for metabolic health?

Dimitrios TSILINGIRIS *, Natalia G. VALLIANOU, Irene KARAMPELA, Giovanna MUSCOGIURI, Maria DALAMAGA

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  

Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):270-8

Serum galectin-3 and aldosterone: potential biomarkers of cardiac complications in patients with COVID-19

Alessandro CANNAVO, Daniela LICCARDO, Monica GELZO, Felice AMATO, Ivan GENTILE, Biagio PINCHERA, Grazia D. FEMMINELLA, Roberto PARRELLA, Annunziata DE ROSA, Giuseppina GAMBINO, Federica MARZANO, Nicola FERRARA, Nazareno PAOLOCCI, Giuseppe RENGO *, Giuseppe CASTALDO

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Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):279-85

The effect of hypervitaminosis D and intoxication on hematological parameters

Adnan BATMAN *, Rafiye CIFTCILER

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Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):286-94

A predictive model and survival analysis for local recurrence in differentiated thyroid carcinoma

Yang PEIPEI, Huang JIUPING, Wang ZHENDONG, Qian LINXUE *

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Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):295-303

Association of cardio-metabolic risk factors with elevated basal heart rate in South African Asian Indians

Dorcas R. PRAKASCHANDRA *, Datshana P. NAIDOO

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Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):304-13

Inflammation is associated with impairment of oxidative status, carbohydrate and lipid metabolism in type 2 diabetes complicated by non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Sergey S. POPOV, Evgenii D. KRYL’SKII *, Konstantin K. SHULGIN, Ekaterina A. RASKINA, Tatyana N. POPOVA, Alexander N. PASHKOV, Galina N. KUPTSOVA

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  

Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):314-24

New risk factors in diabetic nephropathy: microRNA-196-3p and microRNA-203

İsmet EROGLU, Hakan KORKMAZ *, Kuyaş H. OZTURK, Fevziye B. SIRIN, Sonmez SEVIK, Barıs AFSAR

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REVIEW  

Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):325-33

Continuous glucose monitoring in diabetes patients with chronic kidney disease on dialysis: a meta-analysis

Fei WANG, Dan WANG, Xi-Ling LU, Xiao-Ming SUN, Bin-Hong DUAN *

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Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):334-43

Zinc supplementation in prediabetes mellitus

Ranil JAYAWARDENA *, Priyanga RANASINGHE, Wasana KODITHUWAKKU, Chamila DALPATADU, John ATTIA

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REVIEW  

Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):344-57

Is there a paradigm shift in preventing diabetic heart failure? A review of SGLT2 inhibitors

Sumanth KHAKDE, Hafsa JAWAID *, Farah YASMIN, Mashal BINTE ALI, Abdur REHMAN

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SPECIAL ARTICLE  

Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):358-70

Obesity in childhood: how to improve male adolescence incoming

Paola GUALTIERI *, Maria G. TARSITANO, Gemma L. DE SANTIS, Lorenzo ROMANO, Ernesto ESPOSITO, Antonino DE LORENZO

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  

Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):371-4

Vitamin D intoxication induced severe hypercalcemia from self-medication for COVID-19 infection: a public health problem?

Stefano PINI, Giuseppe SCAPARROTTA, Valentina DI VICO, Antonio FRAGASSO, Lucia F. STEFANELLI, Federico NALESSO, Lorenzo A. CALÒ *

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Minerva Endocrinology 2022 September;47(3):374-5

Early decline of androgen levels in healthy adult men: an effect of aging per se? A prospective cohort study

Rossella CANNARELLA, Aldo E. CALOGERO, Rosita A. CONDORELLI, Emanuela A. GRECO, Antonio AVERSA, Sandro LA VIGNERA *

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