Spatial Ability in Androgen-Deficient Men
To the Editor: Even If the Differences Reported by Hier and Crowley1 Are Valid and Do Reflect Spatial Ability, It Might Be Erroneous to Attribute Them to Androgen Deficiency by itself. a Large Number of Patients with Idiopathic Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism and Kallmann's Syndrome Have Not Only Agenesis of the Olfactory Lobes and Anosmia (As Noted by Hier and Crowley), But Also a Wide Variety of Serious Neurologic Abnormalities, Including Mental Retardation; Deafness; Color Blindness; Movement Disorders; Seizures; Hypoplasias of the Sella Turcica, Hypothalamus, Mamillary Bodies, or Cerebellum, or Some Combination of These; Abnormalities of the Anterior White Commissure; Microphthalmia;. © 1982, Massachusetts Medical Society. All Rights Reserved.
D. Rodbard et al., "Spatial Ability in Androgen-Deficient Men," New England Journal of Medicine, vol. 307, no. 16, p. 1020, Massachusetts Medical Society, Oct 1982.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJM198210143071615
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14 Oct 1982