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Hepatogastroenterology. 1980 Dec;27(6):432-40.

Absence of peliosis hepatis in patients receiving testosterone enanthate.


Fifty-two autopsies of patients who had undergone hemodialysis and had received testosterone enanthate, were reviewed for evidence of peliosis hepatis and liver neoplasms. Eight (15%) pathologic liver were isolated. No peliosis, adenoma or hepatoma was identified. These findings suggest that, unlike the 17-alpha derivatives of testosterone, testosterone enanthate is not associated with morphologic changes in the liver.

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