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Paul Stephen Thornton, MD
Cook Children's Physician Network

Paul Stephen Thornton
Specialties:Endocrinology
Education:University College, Dublin, Ireland
Residency:Temple Street Children's Hospital & The National Maternity Hospital
Fellowship:The Hospital for Sick Children
Board Certified:Pediatrics and Pediatric Endocrinology

Locations:

1500 Cooper St.
Fort Worth, TX 76104
(682) 885-7960
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750 Mid-Cities Blvd., Ste 100
Hurst, 76054
(817) 605-4500
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Publications:

Paul S. Thornton, MB, BCh1, Charles A. Stanley, MD2, Diva D. De Leon, MD, MSCE2, Deborah Harris, PhD3, Morey W. Haymond, MD4, Khalid Hussain, MD, MPH5, Lynne L. Levitsky, MD6, Mohammad H. Murad, MD, MPH7, Paul J. Rozance, MD8, Rebecca A. Simmons, MD9, Mark A. Sperling, MBBS10, David A. Weinstein, MD, MMSc11, Neil H. White, MD12, and Joseph I. Wolfsdorf, MB, BCh13 (2015). Recommendations from the Pediatric Endocrine Society for Evaluation and Management of Persistent Hypoglycemia in Neonates, Infants, and Children. The Journal of Pediatrics, Medical Progress.

Charles A. Stanley, MD1, Paul J. Rozance, MD2, Paul S. Thornton, MB, BCh3, Diva D. De Leon, MD1, Deborah Harris, PhD4, Morey W. Haymond, MD5, Khalid Hussain, MD, MSc6, Lynne L. Levitsky, MD7, Mohammad H. Murad, MD, MPH8, Rebecca A. Simmons, MD9, Mark A. Sperling, MBBS10, David A. Weinstein, MD11, Neil H. White, MD12, and Joseph I. Wolfsdorf, MB, BCh13 (2015). Re-Evaluating “Transitional Neonatal Hypoglycemia”: Mechanism and Implications for Management. The Journal of Pediatrics, Commentary.

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