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Hirsutism

Hypertrichosis generally refers to the excessive growth and abnormal distribution of female body hair. It is the increased production of androgens in the blood circulation, mainly including testosterone, dihydrotestosterone, androstenedione, dehydroepiandrosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate. Clinically, there can be female sexual characteristics, excessive hair growth and masculine distribution. It is mainly manifested in the face, in front of the ear, around the mouth, in front of the chest, around the nipple, armpit, back, lower abdomen and pubic hair, which is rhombic distributed to the umbilicus, as well as the front of the lower limbs and thighs, often accompanied by irregular menstruation and cold sex. Female hirsutism is often considered to be the existence of some masculine disease and psychological pressure to seek diagnosis and treatment.

Symptoms

multiple glandular deficiency syndrome

Skin manifestations of DF-2 sepsis

Simple spinal tuberculosis

Monocytic leukemia

Geomycosis

Large granular lymphocytic leukemia

Hypocalcemia and hypomagnesemia

pure red cell aplasia

Dubo histoplasmosis

Simple pulmonary eosinophilic infiltration

Low proliferative acute leukemia

Digoorg syndrome

Mucopolysaccharide storage disease

Convex meningioma of brain

Choledocholithiasis

proteinuria

Type IV spinal vascular malformation

Bile reflux gastritis

Temporal arteritis

Mucopolysaccharidosis type II

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