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Puberty in girls is a moving target

Age of first menarche has long been seen as a girl's start to puberty, but breast development may be a better fit.

Recognizing puberty onset in boys

A look at the clinical features of puberty in boys to help determine where patients are in the process.

When early thelarche should raise concerns

Thelarche before age 8 years isn't always a cause for concern. What are the potential red flags?

Early hair growth, odor isn’t always a sign of early puberty

The development of adult body odor and axillary hair growth early in life may not always signal that a child is beginning puberty.

Central precocious puberty: When puberty hits early

What to look for when considering a diagnosis of central precocious puberty for a child.

Pathology is key in diagnosing peripheral precocious puberty

There are a number of reasons a child may show signs of puberty early with many not requiring treatment. However, full initiation of puberty before the normal age range can signal other problems.

Talking to children about puberty can seem like a minefield. These tips can help parents have helpful conversations with their children.

This handy guide to precocious puberty provides helpful questions to discuss with clinicians.

This booklet offers a comprehensive and easy-to-understand guide to send home with parents who are worried about helping their daughter navigate early period.

A pediatric endocrinologist answer frequently asked questions about precocious puberty.

This clinical report from the American Academy of Pediatrics provides general information on precocious puberty and when to refer to subspecialists.

These guidelines from the Spina Bifida Association offer guidance for managing precocious puberty in children with spina bifida, who are at increased risk for the condition.

AbbVie is pleased to present this program titled “Recognizing the Signs of Central Precocious Puberty (CPP) Earlier: Journey From Patient to Referral Through Case Studies”. This program was originally presented at the annual American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) National Conference and Exhibition in Orlando, Florida. We will be hearing from Karen Oerter Klein, MD who will review the signs of CPP and demonstrate the importance of early detection. This presentation will include 3 case studies to reinforce the importance of early diagnosis and referring your patient.

Recognizing Pubertal Onset & Clues on When to Refer for Possible Central Precocious Puberty

Potential Psychosocial Issues Associated with CPP

Clues to Unraveling the Mystery of Central Precocious Puberty

What Is the Pediatrician’s Role?