Biosynthesis of ovarian steroids

Fuller Albright et al. in 1942 first reported a syndrome in young women characterized by menopausal levels of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), low estrogen levels amenorrhea. They named the condition "primary ovarian insufficiency" to distinguish the condition from secondary ovarian insufficiency, which is the failure of the pituitary to secrete FSH. [33] Chapter 28 of the early Qing dynasty work Fù Qīngzhǔ Nǚkē (《傅青主女科》 Fù Qīngzhǔ's Gynecology ) describes the cause and appropriate treatment for premature menopause (年未老经水断 niánwèilǎo jīngshuǐduàn, glosses as: 'not yet old, menstrual water cut-off'). [34]

Biosynthesis of ovarian steroids

biosynthesis of ovarian steroids

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