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Hodenbiopsie

  • Biörn Ivemark
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Zusammenfassung

Bei Erwachsenen bildet die Infertilität die hauptsächlichste Indikation für eine Hodenbiopsie. Vor der Pubertät wird eine mangelnde Hodenfunktion gewöhnlich durch Kryptorchismus, männlichen Pseudohermaphroditismus mit Gonadenhypoplasie und Hypogonadismus manifestiert. Bei all diesen Defekten spielt die Probeexzision aus dem Hoden eine zentrale Rolle für die Beurteilung von a) Reifegrad, b) potentieller Fertilität, c) Geschlechtsdifferenzierung, d) Malignitätsrisiko und e) Genese und Behandlung bei Hypogonadismus.

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© Biörn Ivemark und Almqvist & Wiksell Förlag AB, Stockholm 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • Biörn Ivemark
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  1. 1.Institutet för pediatrisk patologiKarolinska sjukhusetStrockholm 60Schweden

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