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Polycystic ovary syndrome

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Polycystic ovary syndrome
class of disease, symptom or sign
ihu nkewomen's health Dezie
A gụrụ ahaIrving F. Stein, Michael L. Leventhal Dezie
ihe kpatara yagenetic disease Dezie
health specialtyendocrinology, gynaecology Dezie
mgbaàmà na akarapolycystic ovary, hyperandrogenism, anovulation Dezie
drug or therapy used for treatmenturofollitropin, etonogestrel Dezie
ICD-9-CM256.4 Dezie
ICPC 2 IDT99 Dezie
NCI Thesaurus IDC26862, C92847 Dezie

ovary syndrome (PCOS) bụ usoro mgbaàmà n'ihi androgens dị elu (homonụ nwoke) n'ime ụmụ nwanyị. Ihe ịrịba ama [1] mgbaàmà nke PCOS gụnyere Oge ịhụ nsọ na-adịghị mma ma ọ bụ na ọ dịghị, oge dị arọ, oke ahụ na ntutu ihu, acne, ihe mgbu pelvic, ihe isi ike ime ime, na ntụpọ nke Akpụkpọ ahụ siri ike, nke gbara ọchịchịrị, nke na-acha odo odo. [2] Ọnọdụ emetụtara gụnyere ụdị ọrịa shuga 2, oke ibu, apnea na-egbochi ụra, ọrịa obi, nsogbu ọnọdụ uche, na ọrịa kansa endometrial.

PCOS [3] n'ihi njikọta nke ihe ndị metụtara mkpụrụ ndụ ihe nketa na gburugburu ebe obibi. [4] [5] Ihe n[6] dị ize ndụ gụnyere oke ibu, enweghị mmega ahụ, na akụkọ ezinụlọ nke onye nwere ọnọdụ ahụ. Nnyocha ahụ dabere [2] abụọ n'ime nchọpụta atọ ndị a: enweghị ovulation, ọkwa androgen dị elu, na ovarian cysts. Enwere ike ịchọpụta cysts site [7] ultrasound. [7]-Ọnọdụ ndị ọzọ na-emepụta mgbàmà ndị yiri ya gụnyere hyperplasia adrenal, hypothyroidism, na ọkwa dị elu nke prolactin

PCOS enweghị ọgwụgwọ [8] ọ na-erule afọ 2020. [9] nwere ike ịgụnye mgbanwe ndụ dịka ibu ibu [10] mmega ahụ. [11]Ọgwụ mgbochi ọmụmụ nwere ike inye aka n'imeziwanye oge, uto ntutu isi gabigara ókè, na acne. [11]Metformin na anti-androgens nwekwara ike inye aka. Enwere ike iji ọgwụgwọ ndị ọzọ [11] usoro iwepụ ntutu mee ihe. Mgb[12] ndị a na-eme iji melite ọmụmụ gụnyere ibu ibu, clomiphene, ma ọ bụ metformin. [12] vitro fertilization na-eji ụfọdụ ndị usoro ndị ọzọ na-adịghị arụ ọrụ.

PCOS bụ Nsogbu endocrine kachasị n'etiti ụmụ nwanyị nọ n'agbata afọ 18 na 44. [13] [14][6] na-emetụta ihe dịka 2% ruo 20% nke ọgbọ a dabere n'otú e si kọwaa ya. Mgbe mmadụ [2]-enweghị ike ịmụ nwa n'ihi enweghị ovulation, PCOS bụ ihe a na-ahụkarị. Nkọw[15] Nkọwa mbụ amara nke ihe a ghọtara ugbu a dị ka ụbọchị PCOS site na 1721 na Italy.

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