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Prevalence and possible consequences of the hyperandrogenic states in women of reproductive age stipulate the importance of timely differential diagnosis of hyperandrogenism. Taking into account the level of the development of radiological and laboratory methods of researches, an accurate diagnosis is possible, especially when diagnosing adrenal hyperandrogenism, which often occurs without significant clinical symptoms, but is associated with menstrual disorders, infertility, miscarriage.
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