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Current methods of treating hirsutism : review and a 3-month pilot study with topiCal antiandrogen fluridil

@inproceedings{Kuerov2006CurrentMO,
  title={Current methods of treating hirsutism : review and a 3-month pilot study with topiCal antiandrogen fluridil},
  author={Ku{\vc}erov{\'a} and Fiuraskova and Hajduch and Brychtov{\'a} and Seligson and SOvAK},
  year={2006}
}
Hirsutism (H) is defined as an excessive male-pattern hair growth in women. H is caused by androgen excess or hypersensitivity of the hair follicles to androgens. The condition is characterised either by no elevation in serum androgen levels and no other clinical features (idiopathic hirsutism) or by an identifiable endocrine imbalance most commonly accompanied by the polycystic ovarian syndrome. Systemic therapy for this condition always requires one or more years‘ treatment for maximal… Expand

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