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What reaction does 5alpha-reducase catalyze?
conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone
continuous high levels of GnRH will increase or decrease LH and FSH secretion from the anterior pituitary
Which has a greater anabolic effect compared to its androgenic effect? testosterone or oxandrolone
What is the main treatment for primary testicular failure? testosterone, progestin, estrogen, oxandrolone, somatotropin
What is leuprolide?
gonadotropin releasing hormone analogue
What is finasteride?
5alpha-reductase inhibitor
What is the main use of finasteride?
benign prostatic hyperplasia or male pattern baldness
What is the main use of flutamide
hirsutism in women and prostate cancer
What effect will bicalutamide have on LH and endogenous testosterone production
increase both
What is flutamide?
androgen receptor antagonist