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Prenatal and postnatal prevalence of Klinefelter syndrome: a national registry study.
The prevalence of Klinefelter syndrome prenatally and postnatally in Denmark and the influence of maternal age were described and it was found that advanced maternal age had a significant impact on the prevalence.
Incidence and late prognosis of cushing's syndrome: a population-based study.
Cushing's syndrome is rare and is associated with increased mortality, in patients with no concurrent malignancy also; the excess mortality was mainly observed during the first year of disease; and the impaired quality of health in long-term survivors of Cushing's disease is not fully explained.
Prevalence, incidence, diagnostic delay, and mortality in Turner syndrome.
Patients with TS and especially the karyotypes 45,X and isoXq have a higher mortality compared with the background population, and there was a steady increase in prevalence, but incidence was unchanged.
Morbidity in Turner syndrome.
Ulcerative colitis: female fecundity before diagnosis, during disease, and after surgery compared with a population sample.
Female patients with ulcerative colitis have normal fecundity before surgical treatment, and if a woman has an unfulfilled wish for pregnancy after surgery, early referral to a gynecologist is recommended.
Morbidity in Klinefelter syndrome: a Danish register study based on hospital discharge diagnoses.
M Males suffering from Klinefelter syndrome experienced an increased hospitalization rate from a variety of disorders, some likely to be caused by hypogonadism, and some may be linked to the syndrome per se, whereas others are not readily explained.
Hospital costs and benefits of screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms. Results from a randomised population screening trial.
Screening older males for abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) appears to reduce hospital AAA mortality and to be cost-effective.
Screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms: single centre randomised controlled trial
Mass screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms in Danish men aged 65 or more reduces mortality and the benefits of screening may increase with time.
Female fecundity before and after operation for familial adenomatous polyposis
The fecundity of women with FAP before and after operation is investigated, and the findings are compared with those of a general population database and women with ulcerative colitis.
Regional differences in waiting time to pregnancy: pregnancy-based surveys from Denmark, France, Germany, Italy and Sweden. The European Infertility and Subfecundity Study Group.
The study shows that smoking, body mass index, age and parity did not explain the differences in fecundity found between the centres, and regional differences in FEC exist.