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Association of endocrine disrupting chemicals with male reproductive health

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  1. Prenatal paraben exposure and anogenital distance and reproductive hormones during mini-puberty: A study from the Odense Child Cohort

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  2. The influence of prenatal exposure to phthalates on subsequent male growth and body composition in adolescence

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  3. Does height and IGF-I determine pubertal timing in girls?

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Research on endocrine disrupting chemicals continues the long tradition of reproductive and endocrine toxicology. The most harmful chemicals for male reproduction are antiandrogenic compounds that interfere with both development and function of the testis. This leads to birth defects such as cryptorchidism and hypospadias, structural anomalies of the testis that may cause testicular cancer and poor semen quality. Human epidemiological studies rarely detect any association between single chemical exposures and adverse effect. We are currently missing comprehensive analyses of the adverse effects of life-long combined exposures to multiple chemicals, which would reflect our real life environment.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEncyclopedia of Endocrine Diseases
Number of pages10
PublisherElsevier
Publication date1 Jan 2018
Pages802-811
ISBN (Print)9780128121993
ISBN (Electronic)9780128122006
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Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2018

    Research areas

  • Anogenital distance, Cryptorchidism, Endocrine disrupting chemicals, Exposure, Hypospadias, Penis, Reproductive hormones, Semen quality, Sperm, Testicular cancer, Testis

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