Gonadal

  • (adj): Of or relating to the gonads.
    Example: "Gonadal hormones"

Some articles on gonadal:

List Of MeSH Codes (C12) - MeSH C12 --- Urologic and Male Genital Diseases - MeSH C12.740 --- Urogenital Diseases - MeSH C12.740.700 --- Urogenital Abnormalities
... sex differentiation disorders MeSH C12.740.700.842.309 --- gonadal dysgenesis MeSH C12.740.700.842.309.195 --- gonadal dysgenesis, 46,xx MeSH C12.740.700.842.309.293 --- gonadal ...
Gonadal Tissue Neoplasm - See Also
... Gonadoblastoma Sex cord-gonadal stromal tumour Gonadal tumors, paraganglioma, and glomus (ICD-O 8590-8719) Gonadal / sex cord-gonadal stromal (8590-8679) sex cord (Granulosa cell tumour, Sertoli ...
Gonadal Tissue Neoplasm
... A gonadal tissue neoplasm is a tumor having any histology characteristic of cells or tissues giving rise to the gonads ... Although the tumor is composed of gonadal tissue, it is not necessarily located in an ovary or testicle ... A gonadal tissue neoplasm should not be confused with a urogenital neoplasm, though the two topics are often studied together ...
Gonadal Dysgenesis
... Gonadal dysgenesis is any inherited developmental disorder of the reproductive system characterized by a progressive loss of primordial germ cells on the developing gonads of an embryo ... The first type of gonadal dysgenesis discovered was Turner syndrome ...
Mixed Gonadal Dysgenesis
... Mixed gonadal dysgenesis is a condition of unusual and asymmetrical gonadal development leading to an unassigned sex differentiation ... one sex chromosome is absent or abnormal, mixed gonadal dysgenesis may be interpreted as a specific variation of Turner’s ... Because of the presence of dysgenetic gonadal tissue and Y chromosome material, there is a high risk of the development of a gonadoblastoma, thus removal of the ...