Early puberty

Early puberty Stein-Leventhal syndrome is characterized by menstrual disorders, infertility, bilateral ovarian enlargement, hirsutism in the female phenotype. The syndrome occurs in 1.45–2.8% of all gynecological diseases; it occurs in women more often at the

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Early puberty Stein-Leventhal syndrome is characterized by menstrual disorders, infertility, bilateral ovarian enlargement, hirsutism in the female phenotype. The syndrome occurs in 1.45–2.8% of all gynecological diseases; it occurs in women more often at the

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Hormonally active ovarian tumors

Hormonally active ovarian tumors Ovarian granulocellular tumor is a tumor arising from the granulosa cells of the follicles or from embryonic remnants of granulosa cells that are not associated with the follicles. Tecoma is a

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Hormonally active ovarian tumors Ovarian granulocellular tumor is a tumor arising from the granulosa cells of the follicles or from embryonic remnants of granulosa cells that are not associated with the follicles. Tecoma is a

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Arrhenoblastoma

Arrhenoblastoma Arrhenoblastoma is a tumor emanating from the male elements of the female gonad. It is the most common virilizing ovarian tumor. Arrhenoblastoma develops at any age, often in childbearing. Etiology. The cause of the

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Arrhenoblastoma Arrhenoblastoma is a tumor emanating from the male elements of the female gonad. It is the most common virilizing ovarian tumor. Arrhenoblastoma develops at any age, often in childbearing. Etiology. The cause of the

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Male Genital Gland Disease

Male Genital Gland Disease The testicles are a paired glandular organ located in the moson ke. In men, the length of the testicle is 3-5 cm, width – 2-3 cm, and weight – 15-30 g.

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Male Genital Gland Disease The testicles are a paired glandular organ located in the moson ke. In men, the length of the testicle is 3-5 cm, width – 2-3 cm, and weight – 15-30 g.

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Primary hypogonadism

Primary hypogonadism Primary hypogonadism is a syndrome caused by the direct effect of the pathological process on the testicular parenchyma. Etiology. The causes of primary hypogonadism can be congenital and acquired. Congenital causes of testicular

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Primary hypogonadism Primary hypogonadism is a syndrome caused by the direct effect of the pathological process on the testicular parenchyma. Etiology. The causes of primary hypogonadism can be congenital and acquired. Congenital causes of testicular

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Secondary hypogonadism

Secondary hypogonadism Secondary hypogonadism – a syndrome that occurs mainly due to hypothalamic-pituitary insufficiency, leading to a decrease in the production of gonadotropic hormones, followed by a decrease in the secretion of androgens. Etiology. The

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Secondary hypogonadism Secondary hypogonadism – a syndrome that occurs mainly due to hypothalamic-pituitary insufficiency, leading to a decrease in the production of gonadotropic hormones, followed by a decrease in the secretion of androgens. Etiology. The

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Cryptorchidism

Cryptorchidism True cryptorchidism – congenital dystopia of the testicles, their location outside the scrotum. In true cryptorchidism, the testicle is permanently located in the inguinal canal or abdominal cavity. When false cryptorchidism in the inguinal

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Cryptorchidism True cryptorchidism – congenital dystopia of the testicles, their location outside the scrotum. In true cryptorchidism, the testicle is permanently located in the inguinal canal or abdominal cavity. When false cryptorchidism in the inguinal

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Male menopause

Male menopause – normal physiological condition due to age-related reorganization of the neuroendo- Crinic relationships in the system of the hypothalamus – pituitary – gonads, with the extinction of the activity of the sex glands.

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Male menopause – normal physiological condition due to age-related reorganization of the neuroendo- Crinic relationships in the system of the hypothalamus – pituitary – gonads, with the extinction of the activity of the sex glands.

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Congenital disorders

The formation of sex depends on the set in the fertilized ovum (zygote) of sex chromosomes. In each gamete (egg cell and sperm) there are 22 somatic chromosomes (auto-soma) and one sex chromosome. X chromosome is

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The formation of sex depends on the set in the fertilized ovum (zygote) of sex chromosomes. In each gamete (egg cell and sperm) there are 22 somatic chromosomes (auto-soma) and one sex chromosome. X chromosome is

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Shereshevsky – Turner syndrome

Shereshevsky – Turner’s syndrome (gonadal dysgenesis) – a disease caused by abnormal sex chromosomes, following The result is a sharp disruption of the development of the gonads in the early embryonic period. The syndrome is

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Shereshevsky – Turner’s syndrome (gonadal dysgenesis) – a disease caused by abnormal sex chromosomes, following The result is a sharp disruption of the development of the gonads in the early embryonic period. The syndrome is

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