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THE FATE OF THE NONTREATED POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMAN: A PLEA FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF ADEQUATE ESTROGEN FROM PUBERTY TO THE GRAVE
The unpalatable truth must be faced that all postmenopausal women are castrates. There is a variation in degree but not in fact. Men do not live as long as the so-called weaker sex. However, theyExpand
A study on cataplexy.
Cataplexy, an abrupt and reversible paralysis, has been observed in 50 rapid eye movement (REM) sleep narcoleptics. The attacks lasted from a very few seconds to as long as 30 minutes. DuringExpand
Proportional hazards analysis of diarrhea due to enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli and breast feeding in a cohort of urban Mexican children.
Ninety-eight women-infant pairs were followed for up to 50 weeks in the northern part of Guadalajara, Mexico, from August 1986 to July 1987 as part of a community-based, prospective study of theExpand
Alteration of ascending thoracic aorta compliance after treatment with menotropin.
OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to determine whether aortic size and compliance are altered by an exogenously induced rise in estrogen. STUDY DESIGN Magnetic resonance imaging was used to determine theExpand
NORETHYNODREL‐MESTRANOL (ENOVID) FOR PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF THE CLIMACTERIC *
The unfavorable effects of estrogen and progesterone deficiency in the perimenopause have been extensively documented (1-18) but, in contrast, the favorable effects of these hormones on every bodyExpand
A comparative study of 14 cases of familial and nonfamilial pheochromocytomas.
A comparison is made between epidemiological features found in a group of 14 patients with familial and nonfamilial pheochromocytomas at M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute. The SippleExpand
The XXXXY sex chromosome abnormality.
The most common sex chromosome complex in sex chromatin-positive males with Klinefelter's syndrome is XXY. When the complex is XXYY or XXXY, the clinical findings do not seem to differ materiallyExpand
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