Advances in Gynecological Endocrinology

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Paolo Giovanni Artini, Andrea R. Genazzani, Felice Petraglia
CRC Press, Dec 11, 2001 - Medical - 340 pages
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Providing cutting-edge information, Advances in Gynecological Endocrinology contains 45 chapters written by the world's foremost experts on the physiopathological mechanisms, clinical aspects and therapeutic strategies devoted to preserving and maintaining women's health. Topics range from premenstrual syndrome to new trends in contraception, infertility, gestational disease, and menopause and hormone replacement therapy. Highlights include newsmaking chapters on the impact of the genomic revolution on gynecological endocrinology and the genetics of postmenopausal complications. Advances in Gynecological Endocrinology provides an authoritative, high-level clinical reference containing the latest information in women's health.
 

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Contents

Evaluation and therapy of postmenarcheal menstrual disorders
5
Adrenal dysfunction evaluation and hyperandrogenic states
13
Differential steroidogenic effect of pituitary hormones in primate
21
heritability and heterogeneity
33
Physiopathology of hyperinsulinemia in polycystic ovary syndrome
39
Weight loss and insulinsensitizers in the treatment
45
New insights into polycystic ovary syndrome by color Doppler
57
an autoimmune disease?
143
what strategy of management?
169
Early pregnancypromoting actions of luteinizing hormone
185
Gestational disease
201
Nontranscriptional mechanisms for estrogen receptors signaling
225
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