GnRH


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GnRH

abbr.
gonadotropin-releasing hormone

GnRH

abbreviation for
(Biochemistry) gonadotrophin-releasing hormone: a peptide that is released from the brain and stimulates the pituitary gland to secrete gonadotrophic hormones that act in turn on the sex glands
Translations

GnRH

abbr gonadotropin-releasing hormone. V. hormone.
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Several studies have reported conflicting results regarding the outcome of COS-IUI cycles using GnRH antagonists in terms of clinical pregnancy rate.
There is high-quality evidence that replacing hCG by GnRH agonists and moderate-quality evidence that antagonist protocols, dopamine agonists and mild stimulation reduce the occurrence of OHSS.
2001), is a regulator of GnRH secretion, essentially required for normal GnRH physiology (Beate and de Roux, 2005).
Clinical and endocrine effects of a microdose GnRH agonist flare regimen administered to poor responders who are undergoing in vitro fertilization.
The ovsynch protocol included administration of 10 [micro]g of GnRH injected intramuscularly (2.
Both leuprolide and deslorelin acetate are GnRH superagonists that function to downregulate the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis by negative feedback, after an initial surge to suppress reproduction and associated hormones, including follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone.
The patients were initially treated with both progestin and GnRH analogs in accordance with the menstrual regularity and time since last menstrual period whenever possible.
The exact impact of these protocols has been controversial following early reports that GnRH antagonists were associated with lower pregnancy rates.
Leyva y Garcia (1999) reportaron que la administracion de GnRH el dia 5 poscopula incrementa la tasa de supervivencia embrionaria.
Orchiectomy induces significant elevation of FSH levels while gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists inhibit the serum FSH levels, albeit to a significantly lesser extent than GnRH agonists.