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Luca Boeri, Paolo Capogrosso, Walter Cazzaniga, Edoardo Pozzi, Luigi Candela, Federico Belladelli, Davide Oreggia, Eugenio Ventimiglia, Nicolò Schifano, Giuseppe Fallara, Marina Pontillo, Costantino Abbate, Emanuele Montanari, Francesco Montorsi, and Andrea Salonia

:// ) 11 Macdonald AA Stewart AW Farquhar CM . Body mass index in relation to semen quality and reproductive hormones in New Zealand men: a cross-sectional study in fertility clinics . Human Reproduction and Embryology 2013

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M von Wolff, C T Nakas, M Tobler, T M Merz, M P Hilty, J D Veldhuis, A R Huber, and J Pichler Hefti

variety of cardiorespiratory and metabolic changes (Luks, 1985), a compensated metabolism and, in the case of permanent settlement at higher altitudes, adequate fertility. This raises the question of whether the endocrine system, which plays a central

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Angela Köninger, Antonella Iannaccone, Ensar Hajder, Mirjam Frank, Boerge Schmidt, Ekkehard Schleussner, Rainer Kimmig, Alexandra Gellhaus, and Hans Dieplinger

AH Lobo R Carmina E Chang J Yildiz BO Laven JS , Consensus on women’s health aspects of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS): the Amsterdam ESHRE/ASRM-Sponsored 3rd PCOS Consensus Workshop Group . Fertility and Sterility 2012 97 28.e25 – 38.e25

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Willem de Ronde and Diederik L Smit

), does not suppress gonadotropin levels as much as most injectables, is unpopular for misuse among steroid users and can be easily tapered in weeks or months. Fertility Anabolic steroid abuse inherently results in suppression of spermatogenesis

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Olav Inge Håskjold, Henrik Stenestø Foshaug, Therese Benedikte Iversen, Helga Charlotte Kjøren, and Vegard Heimly Brun

polycystic ovary syndrome patients with adrenal androgen excess . Fertility and Sterility 2004 81 126 – 1 31 . ( ) 16 Koh J Lee E Han K Kim EK Son EJ Sohn YM Seo M Kwon MR Yoon JH Lee

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Marie Lindhardt Ljubicic, Trine Holm Johannsen, Margit Bistrup Fischer, Emmie N Upners, Alexander S Busch, Katharina M Main, Anna-Maria Andersson, Casper P Hagen, and Anders Juul

, evaluation of surgical possibilities and future fertility potential as well as estimation of the potential risk of gonadal malignancy ( 6 , 8 ). Cultural factors and parental wishes also play an important role in decision-making. In addition, the presence of

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Sakina Kherra, Wendy Forsyth Paterson, Filiz Mine Cizmecioglu, Jeremy Huw Jones, Mariam Kourime, Heba Hassan Elsedfy, Sameh Tawfik, Andreas Kyriakou, Mohamad Guftar Shaikh, and Malcolm David Cairns Donaldson

pubertal and adult patients ( 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 ). Testicular histology in adults is variable ( 10 ) with no reports of male fertility. Fewer centres have reported on females with hypogonadism ( 8 , 11 , 14 , 15 ). Features include hypoplastic labia at

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Martin Bidlingmaier, Helena Gleeson, Ana-Claudia Latronico, and Martin O Savage

16-year-old girl with primary amenorrhoea and poor breast development due to isolated FSH deficiency. She was found to have a homozygous nonsense mutation in amino acid position 76 of the FSH β-subunit gene. The induction of fertility using

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Thomas Reinehr, Alexandra Kulle, Juliane Rothermel, Caroline Knop-Schmenn, Nina Lass, Christina Bosse, and Paul-Martin Holterhus

.1210/jc.2005-1490 ) 20 Bergh C Carlsson B Olsson JH Selleskog U Hillensjo T. Regulation of androgen production in cultured human thecal cells by insulin-like growth factor I and insulin . Fertility and Sterility 1993 59 323

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L A Hughes, K McKay-Bounford, E A Webb, P Dasani, S Clokie, H Chandran, L McCarthy, Z Mohamed, J M W Kirk, N P Krone, S Allen, and T R P Cole

(including assessment of future fertility potential and malignancy risk) and implementation of personalised medical plans in accordance with current disease-specific consensus guidelines ( 8 ). Additionally, in the long term, accurate early diagnosis will