hypogonadism


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hypogonadism

[‚hī·pō′gō‚na‚diz·əm]
(medicine)
Reduced hormonal secretion by the testes or ovaries.
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Proband III-2 has normal FSH, LH and prolactin with low testosterone levels while proband III-7 has hypergonadotrophic hypogonadism with hyperprolactenaemia (Table 1).
In conjunction, the efficacy of Jatenzo was demonstrated in the company's four-month clinical trial involving 166 men with hypogonadism. Study participants initially were given Jatenzo at a dose of 237mg twice per day and the dose was adjusted downward or upward to a maximum of 396mg twice per day on the basis of testosterone levels.
People are unaware of a condition known as female hypogonadism and its symptoms can seriously affect women's quality of life.
The causes of hypogonadism can also be divided into irreversible and reversible disorders.
Presumptive diagnosis of PAIS, isolated micro penis, partial gonadal dysgenesis, hypo gonadotropic hypogonadism, primary hypogonadism, CAIS and 5-[alpha] reductase deficiency was made as shown in table-III.
Partial hypogonadotropic hypogonadism is known to cause incomplete pubertal development in both boys and girls.
Genes Associated with Idiopathic Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism
The etiology of his hypergonadotropic hypogonadism could not be further elucidated because of unexpectedly rapid progression of his interstitial lung disease leading to oxygen dependency.
Overall, the findings from subtrials of the Tfrials do not materially change the unfavorable balance of safety and efficacy to initiate testosterone treatment for age-related hypogonadism. With the results of the studies by Resnick et al.
Male puberty, Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism, Gonadotropin releasing hormone receptor mutation, Delayed puberty, Luteinizing hormone, Follicle stimulating hormone, Testosterone
When transplanted into male rodents with hypogonadism, these so-called Leydig-like cells survived and restored normal testosterone levels.