The severity of clinical changes and the importance of vitamin D in the development of hyperandrogenism syndrome during puberty.

Talibli A.A., Aliyeva E.M., Kurbanova F.A., Mustafayeva I.R., Ismayilova A.C., Amiraslanova Sh.Z

Azerbaijan Medical University Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology №1

The aim of the study was to study the severity of subjective and clinical manifestations, as well as the peculiarities of changes in the level of vitamin D in girls with hyperandrogenic syndrome in the dynamics of puberty. Examined 137 girls with hypenrandrogenic syndrome (HA) in the period of puberty. Clinical, hormonal, biochemical, X-ray research methods were carried out. All surveyed girls were divided by age into 3 groups: 12-13, 14-15, 16-17 years old. The first group (12-13 years old, n = 27) comprised 19.7% of girls, the second group (14-15 years old, n = 63) 46% girls, the third group (16-17 years old, n = 47) made up 34,7% of girls. The level of vitamin D was determined on a device “Finecare”.

Key Words: Hyperandrogenism, puberty, polycystic ovary syndrome, hyperprolactinemia, vitamin D deficiency.

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1. Талыблы, А.А., Алиева, Э.М., Гурбанова, Ф.А., Мустафаева, И.Р., Исмайлова, А.Дж., Амирасланова, Ш.З. Выраженность клинических проявлений и значение витамина Д в развитии синдрома гиперандрогении в периоде полового созревания // Східноєвропейський журнал внутрішньої та сімейної медицини. – 2021. – №1. – С. 88-92. doi: 10.15407/internalmed2021.01.088

2. Talibli AА, Aliyeva EM, Kurbanova FA, Mustafayeva IR, Ismayilova AC, Amiraslanova ShZ [The severity of clinical changes and the importance of vitamin D in the development of hyperandrogenism syndrome during puberty]. Shidnoevr. z. vnutr. simejnoi med. 2021;1:88-92. Russian. doi: 10.15407/internalmed2021.01.088


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