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Hormone Research (1991) 36 (3-4): 156–159.
Published Online: 02 December 2008
..., androstanediol glycuronide and testosterone glucuronide in case of hirsutism, and may be followed by X-rays, echography or dynamic tests depending on the first results. Therapy will always be directed towards the etiology of the disease. Abnormal uterine bleeding is generally the result of anovulatory cycles...
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Hormone Research (1988) 30 (1): 1–4.
Published Online: 02 December 2008
...A. Mithal; A.C. Ammini; M.M. Godbole; M.L. Khurana; Desh Raj; M.G. Karmarkar; M.M.S. Ahuja The occurrence of late-onset congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency was studied in 60 consecutive hirsute women by means of adrenocorticotrophin (ACTH)-stimulated serum 17...
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Hormone Research (1987) 28 (2-4): 242–249.
Published Online: 28 November 2008
...Paolo Biffignandi; Gian Michele Molinatti The clinical appearance of female idiopathic hirsutism and its pathophysiological aspects and the antiandrogen drugs in relation to the therapy of hirsutism are discussed. Two compounds have been widely employed, namely cyproterone acetate, mainly...
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Hormone Research (1985) 22 (4): 253–259.
Published Online: 28 November 2008
...I.M. Holdaway; A. Fraser; A. Sheehan; M.S. Croxson; J.T. France; H.K. Ibbertson A simple photographic technique was used to assess the objective response of hirsute women to treatment with cyproterone acetate (CA). The skin in front of the left ear was shaved and photographs taken immediately...
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Hormone Research (2009) 71 (1): 12–21.
Published Online: 27 November 2008
... prevalence of hirsutism and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) has been described in adult women with T1D. These endocrine abnormalities may be related to nonphysiologic insulin replacement therapy and to hyperglycemia. This paper reviews the pubertal development and the clinical reproductive abnormalities...
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Hormone Research (1983) 18 (1-3): 98–105.
Published Online: 26 November 2008
...A. Caufriez; G. Copinschi; M. L’Hermite; J.R.M. Franckson 50 women complaining of hirsutism were investigated in order to establish an optimal strategy for hirsutism exploration. Basal hormonal evaluations were of great value, especially serum testosterone and, to a lesser degree, DHA-S and LH. LH...
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Hormone Research (1983) 18 (1-3): 106–116.
Published Online: 26 November 2008
... of the following: the first step depends upon the clinical symptoms – in cases of hirsutism with regular menstrual cycles, plasma testosterone (T) and plasma dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHA-S) are assayed, and the basal body temperature chart is recorded. In cases of hirsutism with irregular or anovulatory...
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Hormone Research (1983) 18 (1-3): 117–124.
Published Online: 26 November 2008
...B. Rüedi; D. Margalith; G. Magrini; P. Burckhardt Plasma testosterone (T), androstenedione (A), follicle-stimulating hormone, (FSH), luteinizing hormone (LH), prolactin (PRL), and urinary 17-ketosteroids (17-CS) have been measured in 152 women complaining of acne and/or hirsutism. Mean plasma...
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Hormone Research (1983) 18 (1-3): 125–134.
Published Online: 26 November 2008
...J. Tourniaire; M. Pugeat Based on the results of the laboratory screening of 35 hirsute patients, a strategic approach of hyperandrogenism is proposed. The determination of plasma concentration of total testosterone (T), androstenedione (A) and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS) appeared...
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Hormone Research (2007) 67 (1): 35–41.
Published Online: 03 October 2006
... hormone binding globulin [SHBG]) and calculated parameters (calculated FT (cFT), calculated bioavailable testosterone (cBT), and the free androgen index [FAI]) in women with hirsutism were compared to the values of a control group. The question remains if cFT or cBT are more appropriate markers...
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Hormone Research (2003) 60 (1): 1–13.
Published Online: 13 June 2003
.... The responses to androgen are the most obvious of these. The postnatal androgen sensitivity of pilosebaceous units in different skin areas is programmed during prenatal development to permit clinical outcomes such as hirsutism and pattern baldness. Thyroid hormone, glucocorticoids, insulin-like growth factor-I...
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Hormone Research (2000) 54 (5-6): 322–326.
Published Online: 28 September 2001
... in dermatological symptoms such as hirsutism, hyperseborrheic acne and alopecia. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most frequent androgen disorder of ovarian function. PCOS patients have amenorrhea or severe oligomenorrhea, increased testosterone levels and most often enlarged polycystic ovaries on ultrasound...
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Hormone Research (2000) 54 (5-6): 281–286.
Published Online: 28 September 2001
..., there is an intradermal neuro-immune network involving the local expression of cytokines and neuropeptides. Dysregulation of androgens in the adrenals and/or the skin is associated with acne, hirsutism and androgenic alopecia. Therefore, understanding the mechanisms of these intricate networks is of both basic...
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Hormone Research (2000) 54 (5-6): 251–258.
Published Online: 28 September 2001
... in 21% of the cases, acne in 10%, and hirsutism in 6% as isolated signs [ 18 ]. Etiologically, SAHA syndrome is a response of the pilosebaceous unit to androgenic stimulation due to peripheral familial androgen hypersensitivity or due to hormonal disorders. Many females suffering from SAHA...