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(Amenorrhea primary)
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  • A Case of Primary Amenorrhea with Swyer Syndrome. [Journal Article]
  • JHJ Hum Reprod Sci 2017 Oct-Dec; 10(4):310-312
  • Priya PK, Mishra VV, … Rizvi JS
  • Swyer syndrome with complete gonadal dysgenesis is associated with an absence of testicular differentiation in a phenotypic female with a 46, XY karyotype. A 14-year-old unmarried girl was referred w...
  • Delayed Presentation of Turner Syndrome: Challenge to Optimal Management. [Journal Article]
  • JHJ Hum Reprod Sci 2017 Oct-Dec; 10(4):297-301
  • Saikia UK, Sarma D, Yadav Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: Primary amenorrhea is the most common presenting feature in girls with TS leading to a delayed age of presentation. Short stature and dysmorphic features are often overlooked in infancy and childhood due to socioeconomic factors. This late age of presentation is a cause of concern as early detection and management is important for height outcomes, bone health, and psychosocial support. Assessment of comorbidities becomes important in this setting.
  • [Ovarian Sertoli-Leydig tumor: A tricky tumor]. [Journal Article]
  • APAnn Pathol 2018 Feb 01
  • Brandone N, Borrione C, … Maues de Paula A
  • We report the case of a 15 years old teenage girl presenting with a primary amenorrhea and hypervirilisation symptoms. The clinical assessement found a 16cm wide heterogenous ovarian mass testosteron...
  • Endocrine Abnormalities in Adolescents with Menstrual Disorders. [Journal Article]
  • JOJ Obstet Gynaecol India 2018; 68(1):58-64
  • Rajiwade SR, Sagili H, … Subitha L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although immaturity of hypothalamic pituitary ovarian axis is considered to be the most common cause of menstrual irregularities in adolescent girls, endocrine abnormalities, namely thyroid dysfunction and hyperandrogenism, may be responsible in some cases, thus warranting further evaluation.
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