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217 Possible Causes for Hirsutism, Risk of Cancer Possibly Increased

  • Ovarian Cyst

    PCOS also includes hormonal disruptions that can result in persistent acne, excessive body hair, thinning scalp hair, infertility, obesity, and increased risk of diabetes,[] The study describes the case of a patient, in which as a result of removing an endometrioid ovarian cyst, there was an improvement as regards hirsutism and the decrease of[] Unusual hair growth on the face and body caused by an increased production of masculinizing hormones (hirsutism).[]

  • Menopause

    Women who start menopause later also may have an increased risk of ovarian cancer, possibly because they have had more ovulations.[] A 65-year-old woman presented with elevated testosterone levels, hirsutism and insulin resistance.[] These include an increased risk of developing blood clots (for example deep vein thrombosis ) and certain types of cancer.[]

  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    ), increases the risk of cancer.[] Based on results of drug studies on hirsutism, a longer trial of several months may be required to clinically confirm the effects of spearmint tea on hirsutism. 10 In addition[] Although PCOS is associated with risk factors for endometrial cancer, it does not necessarily follow that the incidence or mortality from endometrial cancer is increased.[]

  • Morbid Obesity

    risk for coronary disease, increased unexplained heart attack, hyperlipidemia, infertility, and a higher prevalence of colon, prostate, endometrial, and, possibly, breast[] cancer.[] Excessive weight can result in many serious, potentially life-threatening health problems, including hypertension, Type II diabetes mellitus (non-insulin dependent diabetes), increased[]

  • Hypothyroidism

    There is an association between chronic thyroiditis and thyroid nodules, but whether this association is related to an increased risk of thyroid cancer is controversial. 7[] Increased coagulation time Increased ciclosporin toxicity Hypertrichosis Increased thrombosis risk Transplant rejection Question 7 A patient who has been taken off the beta-blocker[] The patient should be asked about the duration and progression of thyroid enlargement, any prior irradiation of the head-and-neck region (which would increase the risk of[]

  • Malignant Ovarian Neoplasm

    Medical history: Women with a prior history of ovarian cancer, breast cancer or bowel cancer have an increased risk of ovarian cancer.[] It’s also appropriate to code any functional activity, such as one of the following: • other ovarian dysfunction (256.8); • hirsutism (704.1); • hyperestrogenism (256.0);[] A case of hirsutism due to bilateral diffuse ovarian Leydig cell hyperplasia in a post-menopausal woman. Eur J Intern Med. 2003;14(7):432-3.[]

  • Ovarian Neoplasm

    Being overweight or obese Having excess body fat is linked to an increase in risk of ovarian cancer.[] Routine screening for Cushing syndrome in women presented with hirsutism is a controversial issue.[] Medical history: Women with a prior history of ovarian cancer, breast cancer or bowel cancer have an increased risk of ovarian cancer.[]

  • Epithelial Ovarian Cancer

    risk of ovarian cancer.[] The risk of epithelial ovarian cancer is increased in women who have not had children and possibly those with early menarche or late menopause.[] A number of population-based studies have examined the effect of egg consumption on ovarian cancer risk and all have found an increased risk associated with eating two or[]

  • Acute Hepatic Porphyria

    When a new case is found, family members should be examined to find symptomless patients.Acute porphyrias are associated with a significantly increased risk of liver cancer[] […] photosensitivity leading to mutilating lesions, hemolytic anemia, splenomegaly, excessive urinary excretion of uroporphyrin and coproporphyrin, and invariably erythrodontia and hypertrichosis[] Cutaneous manifestations Increased fragility of sun-exposed skin blistering and impaired healing ( blistering photosensitivity ) Healing results in scarring and milia formation Hypertrichosis[]

  • Lung Cancer

    If the cancer hasn't spread too far but surgery isn't possible (for example, if your general health means you have an increased risk of developing complications), radiotherapy[] […] to destroy the cancerous cells will usually be recommended.[] This may be followed by a course of chemotherapy to destroy any cancer cells that may have remained in the body.[]

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