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al.: PCOS according to the Rotterdam consensus criteria: Change in prevalence among WHO-II anovulation and association with metabolic factors. BJOG: Int. J. Obstetr. Gynaecol., 2006, 113 , 1210

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, D. E.: Women with functional hypothalamic amenorrhea but not other forms of anovulation display amplified cortisol concentrations. Fertil. Steril., 1997, 67 (6), 1024

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–13. 2 Broekmans, F. J., Knauff, E. A., Valkenburg, O., et al.: PCOS according to the Rotterdam consensus criteria: change in prevalence among WHO-II anovulation and association with metabolic

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Authors: Gábor Szabó, Anikó Árokszállási, Dóra Pócsi, Ákos Murber, János Urbancsek and János Rigó Jr.

ovarian follicles: updated threshold for diagnosis of hyperandrogenic anovulation. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 2014; 44: 131–134. 12 Luke B, Brown MB, Morbeck DE, et al. Factors

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Authors: Zita Herczeg, Melinda Vanya, Károly Szili, Csilla Dézsi, Zsolt Nagy and János Szabó

-II anovulation and association with metabolic factors. BJOG, 2006, 113 (10), 1210–1217. 7 Conway, G., Dewailly, D., Diamanti-Kandarakis, E., et al.: The polycystic

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consensus criteria: Change in prevalence among WHO-II anovulation and association with metabolic factors. BJOG, 2006, 113 , 1210–1217. Valkenburg O. PCOS according to the Rotterdam

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., et al.: PCOS according to the Rotterdam consensus criteria: change in prevalence among WHO-II anovulation and association with metabolic factors. BJOG, 2006, 113 (10), 1210–1217. Yildiz, B. O., Bozdag, G

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Vitse, M. (1984): The effects of bromocriptine in normoprolactinemic anovulation and dysovulation: followed by pregnancy in 11 cases. Rev. Fr. Gynecol. Obstet. 79 , 791--795. The effects of bromocriptine in normoprolactinemic

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research 2008 Coulam, C. B., Annegers, J. F., Kranz, J. S.: Chronic anovulation syndrome and associated

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functional hypothalamic amenorrhea but not other forms of anovulation display amplified cortisol concentrations. Fertil. Steril, 67 (6): 1024-1030. Bernstein, D., Levin, S., Amsterdam, E., Insler, V. (1979): Is conception in

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