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597 Possible Causes for Absent or Hypoplastic Uterus, Increased Body Hair, Infantile Uterus on Ultrasound

  • Virilization

    Urogenital sinus and labial fusion was absent, while her uterus was found to be severely hypoplastic.[] Virilization due to hyperandrogenism in women causes male signs and symptoms such as swelling of the clitoris, deepening of the voice, facial hair and increase in body hair[] Low level (common): Thick, dark facial hair in the beard or mustache area Increase in body hair Oily skin or acne Irregular menstrual periods Moderate level (uncommon): Male-pattern[]

    Missing: Infantile Uterus on Ultrasound
  • Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism 22

    hair (pubic, axillary, facial) osteoporosis and decreased bone mineral density increased body fat breast discomfort and enlargement hot flashes sweating poor concentration[] An important characteristic present in both sisters was Müllerian duct hypoplasia manifested as hypoplastic and absent uterus which is not a part of APS.[] hair Impaired penis and testicle growth Unproportional growth, usually increased length of arms and legs compared with the trunk Enlarged male breasts (gynecomastia) Adulthood[]

  • Primary Hypergonadotropic Hypogonadism-Partial Alopecia Syndrome

    An important characteristic present in both sisters was Müllerian duct hypoplasia manifested as hypoplastic and absent uterus which is not a part of APS.[] Virilization The development of male secondary sex characteristics in a woman, potentially including a deepening voice, increased body and/or facial hair, male-pattern baldness[] Human chorionic gonadotrophin treatment for 6 months in RF has resulted in slight increase in testicular size with appearance of scant facial and body hair.[]

  • Cushing's Disease

    Gonadal dysfunction causes hirsutism, acne, amenorrhea and infertility in women while decreased libido, loss of body hair, small testes and impotence occur in men.[] Increased susceptibility to infections and poor wound healing are common.[]

    Missing: Absent or Hypoplastic Uterus Infantile Uterus on Ultrasound
  • Scott Bryant Graham Syndrome

    […] height Small stature [ more ] 0004322 Thick eyebrow Bushy eyebrows Dense eyebrow Heavy eyebrows Prominent eyebrows Thick eyebrows [ more ] 0000574 Thick hair Increased hair[] Narrow bridge of nose Nasal Bridge, Narrow Nasal bridge, thin [ more ] 0000446 Short nose Decreased length of nose Shortened nose [ more ] 0003196 Short stature Decreased body[]

    Missing: Absent or Hypoplastic Uterus Infantile Uterus on Ultrasound
  • Hypertrichotic Osteochondrodysplasia

    […] ovaries and a hypoplastic uterus.[] Affected individuals have hypertrichosis with thick scalp hair extending onto the forehead and generalized increased body hair.[] The hypertrichosis leads to thick scalp hair which extends onto the forehead and to a general increase in body hair.[]

    Missing: Infantile Uterus on Ultrasound
  • Salti-Salem Syndrome

    Etiology In contrast to the syndrome of primary hypergonadotropic hypogonadism and partial alopecia (see this term), streak or absent ovaries, hypoplastic uterus, and microcephaly[] They gained weight and height and developed secondary sexual characteristics such as a deeper voice and body hair more according to age.[] Clinical description In addition to frontoparietal alopecia, the remaining scalp hair was also sparse, and axillary and pubic hair was absent.[]

    Missing: Infantile Uterus on Ultrasound
  • Mayer Rokitansky Kuster Hauser Syndrome

    […] or hypoplastic uterus, and normal or hypoplastic fallopian tubes.[] , and an increase in body fat around the hips and other areas.[] (e) Microphotograph showing rudimentary mullerian lining surrounded by smooth muscle Click here to view MRKH syndrome is characterized by the absent or hypoplastic uterus[]

    Missing: Infantile Uterus on Ultrasound
  • Gonadoblastoma

    Pelvic ultrasonography and magnetic resonance imaging showed a hypoplastic uterus and absent ovaries. Chromosome analysis revealed 46.XY karyotype.[] The B-mode ultrasound showed an infantile uterus, the endometrium appeared as a thin echogenic line, and the masses in the adnexa were non-homogeneous measuring 45 15 mm ([]

    Missing: Increased Body Hair
  • Leydig Cell Hypoplasia

    body hair, facial hair, and a deeper voice. [2] LCH is caused by mutations in the LHCGR gene and inheritance is autosomal recessive . [1] [2] There is no standard treatment[] She had no coital problems, and speculum and vaginal examination revealed a small nulliparous healthy cervix and a small retroverted uterus, which appeared as infantile on[] People with this form of the disorder do not develop secondary sex characteristics, such as increased body hair, at puberty.[]

    Missing: Absent or Hypoplastic Uterus