Primary aldosteronism (Conn’s syndrome)

Primary aldosteronism (Conn’s syndrome) Primary aldosteronism, or Conn’s syndrome, is a disease caused by excessive production of aldosterone by the tumor of the adrenal cortex. The disease is relatively rare, occurs more often in women

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Primary aldosteronism (Conn’s syndrome) Primary aldosteronism, or Conn’s syndrome, is a disease caused by excessive production of aldosterone by the tumor of the adrenal cortex. The disease is relatively rare, occurs more often in women

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Secondary aldosteronism

Secondary aldosteronism Secondary aldosteronism is a clinical syndrome caused by increased secretion of aldosterone by normal adrenal glands in response to changes in the electrolyte composition of the blood, and sometimes caused by insufficient inactivation

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Secondary aldosteronism Secondary aldosteronism is a clinical syndrome caused by increased secretion of aldosterone by normal adrenal glands in response to changes in the electrolyte composition of the blood, and sometimes caused by insufficient inactivation

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Corticoestroma

Corticoestroma Corticoestroma is a hormone-active tumor of the adrenal cortex, originating from the reticular and tuft zones, excessively excreting estrogens, and in some cases, glucocorticoids and characterized by feminization syndrome, and sometimes symptoms inherent in

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Corticoestroma Corticoestroma is a hormone-active tumor of the adrenal cortex, originating from the reticular and tuft zones, excessively excreting estrogens, and in some cases, glucocorticoids and characterized by feminization syndrome, and sometimes symptoms inherent in

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Androsteroma

Androsteroma Androsteroma is a hormone-active tumor of the adrenal cortex, originating mainly from its reticular zone, excessively secreting corticosteroids, but mainly androgens, and characterized by a clinical picture similar to congenital dysfunction of the adrenal

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Androsteroma Androsteroma is a hormone-active tumor of the adrenal cortex, originating mainly from its reticular zone, excessively secreting corticosteroids, but mainly androgens, and characterized by a clinical picture similar to congenital dysfunction of the adrenal

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Congenital virilizing hyperplasia of the adrenal cortex

Congenital virilizing hyperplasia of the adrenal cortex Congenital virilizing hyperplasia of the adrenal cortex is a disease caused by a congenital disorder of the biological synthesis of hormones in the adrenal cortex, resulting in excessive

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Congenital virilizing hyperplasia of the adrenal cortex Congenital virilizing hyperplasia of the adrenal cortex is a disease caused by a congenital disorder of the biological synthesis of hormones in the adrenal cortex, resulting in excessive

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Pheochromocytoma

Pheochromocytoma A pheochromocytoma is a hormonally active tumor arising from the chromaffin medulla of the adrenal glands, paganglia or sympathetic nodes. The disease is relatively rare and averages 1-3 cases per 10 000 patients. Among

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Pheochromocytoma A pheochromocytoma is a hormonally active tumor arising from the chromaffin medulla of the adrenal glands, paganglia or sympathetic nodes. The disease is relatively rare and averages 1-3 cases per 10 000 patients. Among

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DISEASES OF THE SEXUAL GLANDS

DISEASES OF THE SEXUAL GLANDS The ovaries are a paired organ located in the pelvic cavity on the back leaf of its own ligament. The length of each ovary is 3-4 cm, width 2-2.5 cm,

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DISEASES OF THE SEXUAL GLANDS The ovaries are a paired organ located in the pelvic cavity on the back leaf of its own ligament. The length of each ovary is 3-4 cm, width 2-2.5 cm,

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Secondary hypogonadism

Secondary hypogonadism Secondary hypogonadism is a syndrome caused by a decrease in the production of gonadotropic hormones of the anterior pituitary gland, resulting in a sharp decrease in estrogen secretion by the ovaries, and characterized

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Secondary hypogonadism Secondary hypogonadism is a syndrome caused by a decrease in the production of gonadotropic hormones of the anterior pituitary gland, resulting in a sharp decrease in estrogen secretion by the ovaries, and characterized

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Primary hypogonadism

Primary hypogonadism Primary hypogonadism is a syndrome caused by the direct effect of the pathological process on ovarian function, as a result of which a sharp decrease in estrogen secretion occurs. Etiology. Primary ovarian failure

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Primary hypogonadism Primary hypogonadism is a syndrome caused by the direct effect of the pathological process on ovarian function, as a result of which a sharp decrease in estrogen secretion occurs. Etiology. Primary ovarian failure

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Pathological menopause

Pathological menopause Climax – a normal physiological state of the body, the transition from reproductive period to menopause. It is caused by the age-related involutional rearrangement in the higher parts of the central nervous system,

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Pathological menopause Climax – a normal physiological state of the body, the transition from reproductive period to menopause. It is caused by the age-related involutional rearrangement in the higher parts of the central nervous system,

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