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go·nad

 (gō′năd′)
n.
An organ in animals that produces gametes, especially a testis or ovary.

[New Latin gonas, gonad-, from Greek gonos, procreation, genitals; see genə- in Indo-European roots.]

go·nad′al (gō-năd′l), go·nad′ic adj.
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Adj.1.gonadal - of or relating to the gonads; "gonadal hormones"
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go·nad·al

a. gonadal, rel. a una glándula gónada;
___ dysgenesisdistenesia, malformación ___.
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96) Similarly, inhibin-[alpha] is expressed in 20% of melanomas, (94,97) 20% of endocervical adenocarcinomas, (94) 22% of large cell lung carcinomas, (98) and 10% of high-grade ovarian serous carcinomas,99 in addition to most ovarian gonadal stromal tumors.
58,172) It should be noted that PAX8, which usually stains positively in clear cell carcinoma, is not a differentiating marker since it may also be expressed in the gonadal stromal tumors.