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The significance of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)

  Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) is a hormone secreted by basophil cells in the anterior pituitary. Follicle stimulating hormone can promote follicular granulosa cell proliferation and differentiation, and promote the growth of the entire ovary. And its action on testicular fine fine canal can promote sperm formation. Follicle stimulating hormone is secreted in a pulse pattern in the body and changes with the menstrual cycle in women. The determination of serum follicle-stimulating hormone is of great significance for understanding pituitary endocrine function, indirectly understanding the functional status of hypothalamus and ovary, predicting ovulation time, infertility and the diagnosis and treatment of endocrine diseases.The significance of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)

  Clinical significance

  Reduction of follicle-stimulating hormone is seen in estrogen and progesterone therapy, secondary sexual dysfunction, hypopituitarism, Sian syndrome, polycystic ovary syndrome, and advanced hypopituitarism.

  While elevated follicle-stimulating hormone in testicular seminoma, crane felt syndrome, Turner syndrome, primary amenorrhea, congenital ovarian hypoplasia, use of adrenal cortical hormone treatment, primary reproductive hypofunction, ovarian sex fat, early adenohypophysis function already, giant cell degenerative lung cancer, etc.