Clinical Management of the Menopause

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McGraw-Hill, 1996 - Menopause - 152 pages
A clinical guide for the management of the menopause written by experts in the field. Chapters begin with a basic physiology/biochemistry introduction with a review of the relevant literature followed by a discussion on management principles.

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Perimenopausal menstrual disturbances fertility
Androgenic disorders and the menopause
Hormone replacement therapy regimens

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About the author (1996)

Barry Wren, M.D., FRACOG, FRCOG (Australia) is a noted authority on the research and management of menopause and the retired director of the Centre for the Management of Menopause, The Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney.

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