Der normale Androgenhaushalt der Frau

  • Freimut A. Leidenberger

Zusammenfassung

Die Gruppe der androgenwirksamen Sexualsteroide, C19-Steroide, werden in den Nebennierenrinden und den Gonaden gebildet. Sie entstehen auch in der Peripherie durch Umwandlung aus Vorstufen. Eine weitgehend normale Androgensekretion, -metabo-lisierung und -Wirkung sind Voraussetzung für die Entwicklung und Differenzierung der sekundären Geschlechtsmerkmale und -organe sowie für die normalen Fortpflanzungsfunktionen bei Mann und Frau.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Freimut A. Leidenberger
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für Hormon- und FortpflanzungsforschungHamburg 50Deutschland

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