Amenorrhea due to thyroid disease

Amenorrhea of ​​thyroid genesis is often caused by primary or secondary hypothyroidism. Under conditions of deficiency of thyroid hormones, the growth of gyreotrophs is increased, producing an increased amount of TSH, the function of pituitary

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Amenorrhea of ​​thyroid genesis is often caused by primary or secondary hypothyroidism. Under conditions of deficiency of thyroid hormones, the growth of gyreotrophs is increased, producing an increased amount of TSH, the function of pituitary

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Resistant ovarian syndrome

Resistant ovarian syndrome. In rare cases, ovarian failure may be due to resistant ovary syndrome (SAR; Savage syndrome). In women younger than 35 years, there is amenorrhea, infertility, micro- and macroscopically unchanged ovaries with a

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Resistant ovarian syndrome. In rare cases, ovarian failure may be due to resistant ovary syndrome (SAR; Savage syndrome). In women younger than 35 years, there is amenorrhea, infertility, micro- and macroscopically unchanged ovaries with a

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Ovarian amenorrhea

Ovarian forms of amenorrhea are due to functional, organic changes and congenital ovarian pathology. The most common cause of functional and morphological disorders at the ovarian level of the regulation of the menstrual cycle is

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Ovarian forms of amenorrhea are due to functional, organic changes and congenital ovarian pathology. The most common cause of functional and morphological disorders at the ovarian level of the regulation of the menstrual cycle is

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Amenorrhea

Violations of the menstrual cycle can be one of the frequent manifestations of gynecological diseases or their causes. Despite the great adaptive abilities of the female body, in the last decade there has been a

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Violations of the menstrual cycle can be one of the frequent manifestations of gynecological diseases or their causes. Despite the great adaptive abilities of the female body, in the last decade there has been a

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Uterine bleedings of the pubertary period

Uterine hemorrhages of puberty (ICIE) are pathological bleeding caused by abnormalities of the endometrium in adolescent girls with violations of the cyclic production of steroid hormones from the time of the first menstruation to 18

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Uterine hemorrhages of puberty (ICIE) are pathological bleeding caused by abnormalities of the endometrium in adolescent girls with violations of the cyclic production of steroid hormones from the time of the first menstruation to 18

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VIOLATIONS OF SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT OF GIRLS

Violations of puberty are detected in 3-5% of girls. A significant role in the development of the disease is played by hereditary predisposition, as well as adverse factors (radiation, hypoxia, viral infections, some drugs). Anomalies

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Violations of puberty are detected in 3-5% of girls. A significant role in the development of the disease is played by hereditary predisposition, as well as adverse factors (radiation, hypoxia, viral infections, some drugs). Anomalies

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Doubling of the uterus and vagina

The most common doubling options: • doubling of the uterus and vagina; • doubling of the uterus and vagina with partial aplasia of one vagina; • two-horned uterus; • uterus with an additional closed functioning

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The most common doubling options: • doubling of the uterus and vagina; • doubling of the uterus and vagina with partial aplasia of one vagina; • two-horned uterus; • uterus with an additional closed functioning

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Obstruction of the vagina and cervix

Congenital malformations of the genital organs make up from 3 to 7% of gynecological diseases in children and adolescents. These defects occur in the process of embryogenesis due to exposure to genetic, endocrine, exogenous and

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Congenital malformations of the genital organs make up from 3 to 7% of gynecological diseases in children and adolescents. These defects occur in the process of embryogenesis due to exposure to genetic, endocrine, exogenous and

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Effect of the thyroid gland and adrenal glands on reproductive function

The thyroid gland produces two iodaminic acid hormones – triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxin (T4), which are the most important regulators of metabolism, development and differentiation of all tissues of the body, especially thyroxin. Thyroid hormones

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The thyroid gland produces two iodaminic acid hormones – triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxin (T4), which are the most important regulators of metabolism, development and differentiation of all tissues of the body, especially thyroxin. Thyroid hormones

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Menstrual cycle changes

Cyclic changes in the endometrium relate to its functional (surface) layer, consisting of compact epithelial cells, which are rejected during menstruation. The basal layer, which is not rejected during this period, ensures the restoration of

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Cyclic changes in the endometrium relate to its functional (surface) layer, consisting of compact epithelial cells, which are rejected during menstruation. The basal layer, which is not rejected during this period, ensures the restoration of

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