What Conditions does Genotropin Cartridge Treat?

  • significant weight loss from HIV
  • short stature associated with noonan syndrome
  • growth failure associated with Turner's syndrome
  • growth failure due to Prader-Willi syndrome
  • failure to grow caused by chronic kidney failure
  • growth failure in child with short stature homeobox-containing gene (SHOX) deficiency
  • short height unrelated to low amounts of growth hormone
  • inadequate absorption of nutrients due to a short bowel
  • growth hormone deficiency dwarfism
  • short stature
  • born small for gestational age
  • growth hormone deficiency in an adult

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