Introduction: Fertility in the face of genetically determined steroidogenic dysfunction

The functional compromise attributable to disordered steroidogenesis has had a profound impact on human fertility. We present the latest insights as they apply to the disordered function of several enzymes.

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Zev Rosenwaks, M.D., Eli Adashi, M.D.

Volume 101, Issue 2, Pages 299-300, February 2014

Abstract

The functional compromise attributable to disordered steroidogenesis, gonadal as well as extragonadal, has had a profound impact on human fertility. In this installment of Views and Reviews, we present the latest insights as they apply to the disordered function of various enzymes.

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Fertility and Sterility

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