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The primary level of gonadotropins and the luteinizing hormone releasing hormone test in hypothalamic syndromes in women


Materia Medica Polona 12(1-2): 110-113
The primary level of gonadotropins and the luteinizing hormone releasing hormone test in hypothalamic syndromes in women
The results obtained and the reference data indicate that an complete systematization of human menorheal disturbances of hypothalamic origin based on gonadotropin determination and on the luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone test is not possible. Such investigations have great diagnostic value and may be helpful in therapy of hypothalamic syndromes.


Accession: 006740740



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