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DHEA, an adrenocortical hormone, leads in some users to extremely high levels of testosterone.
DHEA, an adrenocortical hormone made by primates, is the precursor of a number of estrogens and androgens.
An adrenocortical hormone, cortisol, is well known as stress-responsive hormone and its blood concentration is used as a stress marker.1 Cortisol plays an important role in energy production and inflammatory response.
Extracted from wild licorice leaves, the kind of extract has the functions of adrenocortical hormones. Besides, it works on the ulcer, inflammation and allergy to improve the immune system, say, HIV appreciation will be suppressed by it.
Feminizing adrenocortical carcinomas are defined as malignant tumors with estrogens overproduction with or without other adrenocortical hormones. They are rare even in endocrinology as they account for less than 1-2% of all adrenal tumors.
No obvious abnormalities were identified in serological tests of pituitary hormones, adrenocortical hormones, thyroxines, and sex hormones.{Figure 1}