MARIANA STUPARU CRETU, CAMELIA BUSILA, DOINA CARINA VOINESCU, GABRIELA BALAN THE CORRELATIONS BETWEEN ABO BLOOD TYPE AND THE METABOLIC DISORDERS IN ADOLESCENTS WITH POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME
The Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) represents a multidisciplinary medical desease due to its multiple phenotypes described and obtained as a result of various combinations of characteristic disorders: reproductive, metabolic and ovarian ultrasonographic image. The appearance of certain important complications in its evolution is possible by means of a correct management of this condition. Although the etiopathogeny of PCOS is not completely demonstrated, the early diagnosis implies the taking into consideration of the associated risk factors. The present study analyses the interdependency between the ABO blood types and the PCOS variable characteristics of a positive sample of 122 adolescents. Significant links between girls with O and B blood types and metabolic disorders have been demonstrated - some of them having protective connection and other ones as risk factors.