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Intranasal LH-RH treatment of cryptorchidism. A clinical trial and 5 years follow-up

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Intranasal LH-RH treatment of cryptorchidism. A clinical trial and 5 years follow-up. / Thorup, Jørgen Mogens; Mauritzen, K; Skakkebaek, N E.

I: European Journal of Pediatrics, Bind 146 Suppl 2, 1987, s. S40-1.

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Thorup, JM, Mauritzen, K & Skakkebaek, NE 1987, 'Intranasal LH-RH treatment of cryptorchidism. A clinical trial and 5 years follow-up', European Journal of Pediatrics, bind 146 Suppl 2, s. S40-1.

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Thorup, J. M., Mauritzen, K., & Skakkebaek, N. E. (1987). Intranasal LH-RH treatment of cryptorchidism. A clinical trial and 5 years follow-up. European Journal of Pediatrics, 146 Suppl 2, S40-1.

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Thorup JM, Mauritzen K, Skakkebaek NE. Intranasal LH-RH treatment of cryptorchidism. A clinical trial and 5 years follow-up. European Journal of Pediatrics. 1987;146 Suppl 2:S40-1.

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Thorup, Jørgen Mogens ; Mauritzen, K ; Skakkebaek, N E. / Intranasal LH-RH treatment of cryptorchidism. A clinical trial and 5 years follow-up. I: European Journal of Pediatrics. 1987 ; Bind 146 Suppl 2. s. S40-1.

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abstract = "The effect of intranasal LH-RH on cryptorchidism was investigated in 45 prepubertal boys with 68 undescended testes. A daily dose of 1.2 mg LH-RH was given for 4 weeks. A total of 16 testes (24{\%}) descended. Follow-up examination 5 years later showed that relapse had occurred in two cases. Fifty-two testes did not descend during the LH-RH treatment. However, seven of these testes descended spontaneously during puberty. So far surgical treatment has been carried out in 39 of the remaining 45 testes. Anatomical anomalies (ectopic position of the testis, open processus vaginalis, abnormal epididymis) explained the failure of LH-RH to cause descent in the majority of the surgically treated cases.",
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T1 - Intranasal LH-RH treatment of cryptorchidism. A clinical trial and 5 years follow-up

AU - Thorup, Jørgen Mogens

AU - Mauritzen, K

AU - Skakkebaek, N E

PY - 1987

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N2 - The effect of intranasal LH-RH on cryptorchidism was investigated in 45 prepubertal boys with 68 undescended testes. A daily dose of 1.2 mg LH-RH was given for 4 weeks. A total of 16 testes (24%) descended. Follow-up examination 5 years later showed that relapse had occurred in two cases. Fifty-two testes did not descend during the LH-RH treatment. However, seven of these testes descended spontaneously during puberty. So far surgical treatment has been carried out in 39 of the remaining 45 testes. Anatomical anomalies (ectopic position of the testis, open processus vaginalis, abnormal epididymis) explained the failure of LH-RH to cause descent in the majority of the surgically treated cases.

AB - The effect of intranasal LH-RH on cryptorchidism was investigated in 45 prepubertal boys with 68 undescended testes. A daily dose of 1.2 mg LH-RH was given for 4 weeks. A total of 16 testes (24%) descended. Follow-up examination 5 years later showed that relapse had occurred in two cases. Fifty-two testes did not descend during the LH-RH treatment. However, seven of these testes descended spontaneously during puberty. So far surgical treatment has been carried out in 39 of the remaining 45 testes. Anatomical anomalies (ectopic position of the testis, open processus vaginalis, abnormal epididymis) explained the failure of LH-RH to cause descent in the majority of the surgically treated cases.

KW - Administration, Intranasal

KW - Child

KW - Clinical Trials as Topic

KW - Cryptorchidism

KW - Follow-Up Studies

KW - Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone

KW - Humans

KW - Male

KW - Time Factors

M3 - Journal article

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VL - 146 Suppl 2

SP - S40-1

JO - European Journal of Pediatrics

JF - European Journal of Pediatrics

SN - 0340-6199

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