Факторы риска снижения фертильности у пациенток с врожденной дисфункцией коры надпочечников

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При анализе публикаций, посвященных снижению фертильности пациенток с врожденной дисфункцией коры надпочечников, акцентируется внимание на снижении эстрогенизации. Проанализированы данные о течении полового созревания, исходах феминизирующей пластики у девочек с данным заболеванием в зависимости от степени компенсации и сроков начала лечения.

Об авторах

I Kopylova

M Kareva

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Kopylova I.V., Kareva M.A. Risk factors of impaired fertility in the patients presenting with congenital adrenal cortical hyperplasia. Problems of Endocrinology. 2013;59(3):51-56. (In Russ.)

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