hypogonadotropic


hypogonadotropic
Indicating inadequate secretion of gonadotropins and its consequences.

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hy·po·go·nad·o·trop·ic -gō-.nad-ə-'träp-ik or hy·po·go·nad·o·tro·phic -'trō-fik, -'träf-ik adj characterized by a deficiency of gonadotropins

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