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  • noun Plural form of gonadotrophin.


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  • The Doctor in question is merely putting puberty on hold with gonadotrophins, no surgery involved.

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  • While Dr Tonti-Fillipini no doubt knows a great deal about "the Unresponsive State and Comercialization of Human Tissue", there is no evidence that Dr Tonti-Fillipini has had any training, formal or informal, on gender dysphoria, effects of gonadotrophins, or has ever seen a single patient presenting with Gender Identity Disorder.

    Transsexual, Transgender, Transvestite

  • That's why the treatment of choice in cases like these involve gonadotrophins.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • That's why the treatment of choice in cases like these involve gonadotrophins.

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  • One of these gonadotrophins has as a noticeable effect the stimulation of the growth of the follicles of the ovary, preparing them for the production of egg cells.

    The Human Brain

  • HCG can produce changes in experimental animals that would ordinarily be expected of the pituitary gonadotrophins.

    The Human Brain

  • Of the three gonadotrophins of the pituitary, lactogenic hormone is the only one to have been isolated in reasonably pure form.

    The Human Brain

  • The interplay between the estrogens (or androgens) and the various pituitary gonadotrophins is exceedingly complex; the HO THE HUMAN BRAIN network of effect and countereffect has not yet been entirely worked out.

    The Human Brain

  • Otherwise there would be confusion with the third of the pituitary gonadotrophins, which carries on the work of the second, acting to maintain the corpus luteum, once formed, and to stimulate the production of progesterone.

    The Human Brain

  • Each had its specialized function, but they are lumped together (along with substances of similar effect produced by other organs) as gonadotrophins (gon'uh-doh-troh'finz; "gonad-nourishing" G).

    The Human Brain


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