Dr. Andrew B. Muir MD
Endocronologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Endocrinology1120 15th St Augusta GA, 30912
Dr. Andrew Muir is a pediatric endocrinologist practicing in Augusta, GA. Dr. Muir specializes in growth, puberty, diabetes or other disorders related to hormones that produce certain conditions in children and growing young adults. Pediatric endocrinologists possess copious knowledge on hormone chemicals and how they can affect other parts of the body and their functions.
Education and Training
Univ Of Toronto Fac Of Med 1984
- Improved access to subspecialist diabetes care by telemedicine: cost savings and care measures in the first two years of the FITE diabetes project.
- A novel TRPS1 gene mutation causing trichorhinophalangeal syndrome with growth hormone responsive short stature: a case report and review of the literature.
- Growth velocity and weaning δ(15)N "Dips" during ontogeny in Macaca mulatta.
- Inter-individual variation in weaning among rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta): Serum stable isotope indicators of suckling duration and lactation.
- Outcomes analysis of radioactive iodine and total thyroidectomy for pediatric Graves' disease.
- Depressive Symptoms, Emotion Dysregulation, and Bulimic Symptoms in Youth With Type 1 Diabetes: Varying Interactions at Diagnosis and During Transition to Insulin Pump Therapy.
- Serum polybrominated diphenyl ether concentrations and thyroid function in young children.
- Examination of Psychosocial and Physiological Risk for Bulimic Symptoms in Youth With Type 1 Diabetes Transitioning to an Insulin Pump: A Pilot Study.
- T cells display mitochondria hyperpolarization in human type 1 diabetes.
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