Adolescent hormone Study


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Ovarian contribution to androgen production in adolescent girls (CBS001)

Pediatrics

Solorzano Christine, M

Normal weight and overweight adolescents ages 7 to 17 are needed for a study examining the role the ovaries play in pubertal hormone changes and production of excess male hormones, potentially leading to PCOS. Volunteers will come to the General Clinical Research Center for a physical exam and screening blood tests, followed by two outpatient visits (or one overnight stay and one outpatient visit) for sampling of hormones. One or two doses of two study medications are given. Parental permission is required. Study-related tests and drugs are provided at no charge. pcos@virginia.edu Principal Investigator: Christine Burt Solorzano, MD


Adult
Child

Hormone Studies
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Endocrinology
Healthy Subjects - Outpatient

Healthy
Ill

Volunteers will receive a $75 Visa gift card.

Anne Gabel

am7bd@virginia.edu

4342436911