The report focuses on the role of estrogens in human male, dealing with two human models of congenital estrogen deficiency: estrogen resistance and aromatase deficiency. Similarities and differences of clinical phenotypes of these models are described and progresses of estrogen treatment of aromatase-deficient men are reported. Finally, the putative use of estrogen in men and the use of aromatase inhibitors and antiestrogen for male disorders are discussed.

Congenital estrogen deficiency in men: a new syndrome with different phenotypes; clinical and therapeutic implications in men / Rochira, Vincenzo; Balestrieri, Antonio; Madeo, Bruno; Spaggiari, Antonio; Carani, Cesare. - In: MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY. - ISSN 0303-7207. - STAMPA. - 193:(2002), pp. 19-28. [10.1016/S0303-7207(02)00092-8]

Congenital estrogen deficiency in men: a new syndrome with different phenotypes; clinical and therapeutic implications in men

ROCHIRA, Vincenzo;BALESTRIERI, Antonio;MADEO, Bruno;SPAGGIARI, Antonio;CARANI, Cesare
2002

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The report focuses on the role of estrogens in human male, dealing with two human models of congenital estrogen deficiency: estrogen resistance and aromatase deficiency. Similarities and differences of clinical phenotypes of these models are described and progresses of estrogen treatment of aromatase-deficient men are reported. Finally, the putative use of estrogen in men and the use of aromatase inhibitors and antiestrogen for male disorders are discussed.
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Congenital estrogen deficiency in men: a new syndrome with different phenotypes; clinical and therapeutic implications in men / Rochira, Vincenzo; Balestrieri, Antonio; Madeo, Bruno; Spaggiari, Antonio; Carani, Cesare. - In: MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY. - ISSN 0303-7207. - STAMPA. - 193:(2002), pp. 19-28. [10.1016/S0303-7207(02)00092-8]
Rochira, Vincenzo; Balestrieri, Antonio; Madeo, Bruno; Spaggiari, Antonio; Carani, Cesare
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