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Edna Mancilla, MD

Edna Mancilla, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Department: Pediatrics

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Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes
CHOP
34th St and Civic Center Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215 590 3174
Fax: 215 590 3053
Education:
MD (Medicine)
University of Chile, 1987.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Disorders of bone and calcium metabolism in children

Description of Research Expertise

Bone and calcium metabolism, clinical research
Growth plate

Selected Publications

Mancilla EE, Levine MA, Adzick NS : Outcomes of Minimally Invasive Parathyroidectomy in Pediatric Patients with Primary Hyperparathyroidism due to Parathyroid Adenoma: A Single Institution Experience Journal of pediatric surgery. Elsevier, Feb 4 Epub, 2016.

Mancilla EE, Levine MA, Adzick S.: Minimally Invasive Parathyroidectomy (MIP) is an Effective Procedure in Pediatric Patients with Sporadic Primary Hyperparathyroidism: The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Experience Poster Session The Endocrine Society's 97th Annual Meeting and Expo March 2015.

Mancilla EE, Brodsky JL , Mehta S, Pignolo RJ, Levine MA: Teriparatide as a Systemic Treatment for Lower Extremity Non-union Fractures: A Case Series. Endocrine Practice 21(2): 136-42. February 2015.

Goldberg DJ, Dodds K, Avitabile CM, Glatz AC, Brodsky JL, Semeao EJ, Rand EB, Mancilla EE, Rychik J: Children With Protein-Losing Enteropathy After the Fontan Operation Are at Risk for Abnormal Bone Mineral Density. Pediatric cardiology 33(8): 1264-8, Mar 2012.

David J. Goldberg, Kathyrn Dodds, Catharine M. Avitabile, Jill L. Brodsky, Andrew C. Glatz, Elizabeth B. Rand, Edna E. Mancilla, Jack Rychik; The Single Ventricle Survivorship Program at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia : Bone Mineral Density is Abnormal in Children with Protein Losing Enteropathy Following the Fontan Procedure AHA meeting 2011.

San Martin IA, Varela N, Gaete M, Villegas K, Osorio M, Tapia JC, Antonelli M, Mancilla EE, Pereira BP, Nathan SS, Lian JB, Stein JL, Stein GS, van Wijnen AJ, Galindo M: Impaired cell cycle regulation of the osteoblast-related heterodimeric transcription factor Runx2-Cbfbeta in osteosarcoma cells. Journal of cellular physiology 221(3): 560-71, Dec 2009.

Visser WE, Jansen J, Friesema EC, Kester MHA, Mancilla E, Lundgren J, van der Knaap MS, Lunsing RJ, Brouwer OF, Visser TJ: Novel pathogenic mechanism suggested by ex vivo analysis of MCT8 (SLC16A2) mutations. Human mutation 30(1): 29-38, Jan 2009.

Jansen J, Friesema EC, Kester MH, Milici C, Reeser M, Grüters A, Barrett TG, Mancilla EE, Svensson J, Wemeau JL, Busi da Silva Canalli MH, Lundgren J, McEntagart ME, Hopper N, Arts WF, Visser TJ: Functional analysis of monocarboxylate transporter 8 mutations identified in patients with X-linked psychomotor retardation and elevated serum triiodothyronine. The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism 92(6): 2378-81, Jun 2007.

Mancilla EE, Galindo M, Fertilio B, Herrera M, Salas K, Gatica H, Goecke A: L-type calcium channels in growth plate chondrocytes participate in endochondral ossification. Journal of cellular biochemistry 101(2): 389-98, May 2007.

Friesema EC, Grueters A, Biebermann H, Krude H, von Moers A, Reeser M, Barrett TG, Mancilla EE, Svensson J, Kester MHA, Kuiper GJM, Balkassmi S, Uitterlinden AG, Koehrle J, Rodien P, Halestrap AP, Visser TJ: Association between mutations in a thyroid hormone transporter and severe X-linked psychomotor retardation. Lancet 364(9443): 1435-7, Oct 16-22 2004.

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