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Hypogonadism
...  cause of it. Hypogonadism is a defect of the reproductive system wherein there is a lack of function of the sex glands of men (testes) and women (ovaries). In medical parlance, it is also known as Gonadal Deficiency. Gonads play two major roles in the body. First, to produce normal hormonal levels important for body growth and second, to produce healthy sperms cells and egg cells vital for  ...

Hypothalamus
...  GHRF is responsible in the control and release of Growth Hormone or GH in the anterior pituitary. Growth hormone is responsible for the growth and development of all cells and tissues in the body. Gonadal Hormone Releasing Factor or GnHRF GnRF controls the release and secretion of Gonadal hormones produced by the female and male gonads or reproductive organs. Without GnHRF, the secondary  ...

Spermatozoa
...  process. The vas deferens acts as the passageway of the sperm from the testes to the urethral opening. These are all found in a man’s pelvic area. How is spermatozoa formed? There are several Gonadal hormones involved in spermatogenesis or the formation of spermatozoa. The Gonadal-releasing hormone or factor in the hypothalamus is responsible for stimulating the anterior pituitary to  ...


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