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hyperandrogenism n.

hyperandrogenism n.

hyperandrogenism n.

hyperandrogenism n.

Glucose and Insulin Components of the Metabolic Syndrome Are Associated with Hyperandrogenism in Postmenopausal Women The Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study

Hyperandrogenism after transfer of topical testosterone gel: case report and review of published and unpublished studies

A pilot study of the human chorionic gonadotrophin test for ovarian hyperandrogenism.

Effect of ovarian suppression on glucose metabolism of young lean women with and without ovarian hyperandrogenism

Association of the Steroid Synthesis Gene Cyp11a with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Hyperandrogenism

Gut Microbial Diversity in Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Correlates With Hyperandrogenism

Altered aquaporin expression in women with polycystic ovary syndrome: hyperandrogenism in follicular fluid inhibits aquaporin-9 in granulosa cells through the phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase pathway

Does obesity diminish the positive effect of oral contraceptive treatment on hyperandrogenism in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome?

The follicular excess in polycystic ovaries, due to intra‐ovarian hyperandrogenism, may be the main culprit for the follicular arrest

Low-dose flutamide-metformin therapy for hyperinsulinemic hyperandrogenism in non-obese adolescents and women

Serum visfatin in relation to insulin resistance and markers of hyperandrogenism in lean and obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome

Serum anti-Mullerian hormone levels during controlled ovarian hyperstimulation in women with polycystic ovaries with and without hyperandrogenism

Association of aromatase (CYP 19) gene variation with features of hyperandrogenism in two populations of young women

High neutrophil count in girls and women with hyperinsulinaemic hyperandrogenism: normalization with metformin and flutamide overcomes the aggravation by oral contraception


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n. excessive secretion of androgen in women. It is associated with hirsutism, acne, sparse or infrequent menstruation (oligomenorrhoea), absent or infrequent ovulation, infertility, endometrial hyperplasia, hyperlipidaemia, hyperglycaemia, and hypertension; all these conditions may be the result of mutations in specific genes. See also virilization.

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