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1. Analysis of anomalies of the epididymis and processus vaginalis in human fetuses and in patients with cryptorchidism treated and untreated with human chorionic gonadotrophin.
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OBJECTIVE: To analyse the incidence of epididymal anomalies and the structure of the processus vaginalis (PV) in patients with cryptorchidism treated or not with human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG), and to compare these findings with human fetuses with testes in the scrotum. PATIENTS, MATERIALS AND METHODS: We assessed 24 fetuses with a gestational age of 23-35 weeks, and 114 cryptorchid patients (mean age 10.3 years). The patients were divided into two groups of those who used hCG (55, 65 testes) and those who did not (59, 75 testes). The sample was divided into six groups of possible ... Read More »
» Published in BJU Int. 2006 Oct;98(4):854-7.

2. Genetics and hormones in testicular descent.
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Testicular descent is an essential part of normal male sexual development. Any anomaly that disrupts normal testicular descent will be clinically evident as cryptorchidism. Several factors, such as Hoxa-10, epidermal growth factor (EGF), calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP), and hormones, especially androgens and insulin-like factor 3 (INSL-3), have been suggested as being regulators of testicular descent. Testicular descent from the lower pole of the kidney into the extra-abdominal scrotal sac is a two-stage process of transabdominal and inguino-scrotal migration. The transabdominal phase ... Read More »
» Published in Hormones (Athens). 2003 Oct-Dec;2(4):211-6.

3. Pathological conditions of the reproductive organs of male stray dogs in the tropics: prevalence, risk factors, morphological findings and testosterone concentrations.
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The objective of this study was to estimate the prevalence of and risk factors for pathological conditions of the reproductive organs in stray dogs under tropical conditions. Three hundred and eighteen dogs were examined post-mortem in the period from 1 July 2002 to 30 June 2003. Before killing, a blood sample (from the cephalic vein) for testosterone assay was taken. Pathological conditions of the reproductive organs were found in 135 of the dogs (42.5%) and in 175 of the testes (64.8%). The most frequent pathologies found were testicular degeneration, cryptorchidism, testicular hypoplasia ... Read More »
» Published in Reprod Domest Anim. 2006 Oct;41(5):429-37.

4. A dose response study following in utero and lactational exposure to di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP): reproductive effects on adult male offspring rats.
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The reproductive effects of in utero and lactational exposure to di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) in adult male offspring rats were investigated. The selected endpoints included reproductive organ weights, testicular function, hormonal status, sexual behaviour and fertility. Two wide ranges of doses, low and high, were tested. Female Wistar rats were treated daily with DEHP and peanut oil (vehicle control) by gavage from gestation day 6 to lactation day 21. The low-doses were 0.015, 0.045, 0.135, 0.405 and 1.215 mg DEHP/kg body weight (bw)/day, and the high-doses were 5, 15, 45, 135 and 405 ... Read More »
» Published in Toxicology. 2006 Nov 10;228(1):85-97. Epub 2006 Aug 22.

5. Growth hormone deficiency associated with moyamoya disease in a 16 year-old boy.
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Moyamoya disease is a rare cerebrovascular disorder which, according to a few literature reports, can coexist with hypothalamic-pituitary dysfunction. We report a 16 year-old boy referred to our Department because of short stature and headaches. He additionally, at admission, presented discrete facial dysmorphy, bruxism, luxation of temporomandibular joint and cryptorchidism. The height was 146 cm (-4.3 SDS); the sexual development was P2G2A1 and the bone age 11.5 years. The intellectual development was normal. No focal neurological deficits were observed. Based on baseline and stimulated ... Read More »
» Published in Hormones (Athens). 2004 Jul-Sep;3(3):204-7.

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