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Adrenal Androgen Hormones

Summary Information: Adrenal Androgen Hormones

Adrenal Androgen Hormones: The adrenal androgen hormones include both steroid hormones and precursors to hormones produced and secreted by the adrenal cortex, the outer layer of the paired adrenal glands. The adrenal androgen hormones are chemical substances that help to regulate the sexual development of sexual characteristics and function in both males and females.

The adrenal androgen hormones include DHEA, andro, and DHT. Conditions that can afflict the adrenal androgen hormones include androgen insensitivity syndrome and excessive production of adrenal androgen hormones.

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