Androstenedione: Reference Value

The androstenedione test is a blood test that measures the amount of androstenedione, a steroid produced by the adrenal cortex. It can help check adrenal gland function, androgen production, ovary function, and testicle function.

Reference Value

Premature infants

  • 26-28 weeks, day 4: 92-282 ng/dL
  • 31-35 weeks, day 4: 80-446 ng/dL

Full-term infants

  • 1-7 days: 20-290 ng/dL
  • 1 month-1 year: <69 ng/dL

Male (Teenage & Adult)

  • <9.8 year: <51 ng/dL
  • 9.8-14.5 year: 31-65 ng/dL
  • 10.7-15.4 year: 50-100 ng/dL
  • 11.8-16.2 year: 48-140 ng/dL
  • 12.8-17.3 year: 65-210 ng/dL
  • adult: 40-150 ng/dL

Females (Teenage & Adult)

  • <9.2 year: <51 ng/dL
  • 9.2-13.7 year: 42-100 ng/dL
  • 10.0-14.4 year: 80-190 ng/dL
  • 10.7-15.6 year: 77-225 ng/dL
  • 11.8-18.6 year: 80-240 ng/dL
  • adult: 30-200 ng/dL

Keyword: androstenedione.

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