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Virilization and Hirsutism

by Lynae Brayboy, MD
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    The lecture Virilization and Hirsutism by Lynae Brayboy, MD is from the course Reproductive Endocrinology. It contains the following chapters:

    • 3 Growing Phases; Sexual and Terminal Hair
    • Virilization and Hirsutism

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    1. 8 - 10 weeks
    2. 1 - 2 weeks
    3. 3 - 4 weeks
    4. 5 - 6 weeks
    5. 7- 8 weeks
    1. Dihydrotestosterone and estrogen
    2. Estrogen and progesterone
    3. Cortisol and Thyroid hormones
    4. Epinephrine and norepinephrine
    5. T3 and T4
    1. Anagen
    2. Telogen
    3. Catagen
    4. Vellous
    5. aaa
    1. Total circulating testosterone is decreased in hirsutism.
    2. Hirsutism reflects the interaction between circulating androgens levels and sensitivity of hair follicles to androgen stimulation.
    3. The testosterone attached to the sex binding globulin is decreased in a patient with hirsutism.
    4. The albumin bound testosterone is same in a patient with hirsutism and normal women.
    5. The testosterone level in a hirsutism patient is less than normal male testosterone levels.

    Author of lecture Virilization and Hirsutism

     Lynae Brayboy, MD

    Lynae Brayboy, MD


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