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Primary hypogonadism 

Primary hypogonadism
Primary hypogonadism

Arif Hamda

and Pierre-Marc Bouloux

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date: 01 August 2021

The majority of cases of primary hypogonadism are associated with failure of testosterone production and spermatogenesis.

Klinefelter’s syndrome is the commonest cause of primary hypogonadism, occurring in approximately 1 in 500 male births.

Congenital causes of hypogonadism are associated with cryptorchidism – failure of one or both testicles to descend....

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