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. & Kim, Y. (2012): The association between some endocrine disruptors and hypospadias in biological samples. J. Environm. Sci. Health A Tox. Hazard Subst. Environm. Engng , 47 , 2173–2179. Kim Y

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. 2002 10 669 671 Brouwers, M. M., Feitz, W. F., Roelofs, L. A. és mtsai: Hypospadias: a transgenerational

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Development, 65, 1444–1457. Brouwers, M. M., Feitz, W. F. J., Roelofs, L. A. J., Kiemeney, L. A. L. M., De Gier, R. P. E., Roeleveld, N. (2006) Hypospadias: a transgenerational effect of diethylstilbestrol? Human Reproduction, 21

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outstanding in the case of the reproductive system [ 4 ], where acting during the development can cause cryptorchidism and hypospadias as well as functional alterations (such as infertility). There are strong grounds for suspecting that its chronical use is

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, malformations of the sexual organs can be observed, such as cryptorchidism, hypospadias, and micropenis. However, there are very rare data on the effect to the immune system [ 73 ,  74 ]. This is understandable, as the immune effects are not directly manifested

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