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Decreased Bone Mineral Density in Medicated Psychiatric Patients
It is suggested that psychiatric patients treated with antidepressants or neuroleptics might have decreased bone mineral density than is normal for their age and sex, and may be at an increased risk for fractures. Expand
Effect of Estrogen on Brain Activation Patterns in Postmenopausal Women During Working Memory Tasks
The results suggest that estrogen affects brain organization for memory in postmenopausal women in specific brain regions during the performance of the sorts of memory function that are called upon frequently during any given day. Expand
Is tubal embryo transfer of any value? A meta-analysis and comparison with the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology database.
Published randomized trials suggest that there is no difference in implantation and pregnancy rates between women undergoing ZIFT and IVF-ET, and a trend toward increased risk of ectopic pregnancy with ZIFT. Expand
Possible acceleration of age effects on cognition following menopause.
- U. Halbreich, L. Lumley, S. Palter, C. Manning, F. Gengo, S. Joe
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of psychiatric research
- 1 May 1995
In some cognitive tests, including driving simulation, reaction time and some visuospatial tests, there is a significant acceleration in deterioration of functioning following menopause, and it is suggested that this acceleration might be associated with the lack of gonadal hormones or other reproduction-related factors which may play a protective role against age-related deterioration in some cognitive functions in women. Expand
Interleukin-8 in the human fallopian tube.
- S. Palter, N. Mulayim, L. Senturk, A. Arıcı
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of clinical endocrinology and…
- 1 June 2001
The IL-8 system seems to be an active component of tubal physiology, and its receptors A and B localized in the tube in similar patterns and may limit the systemic effects of epithelialIL-8. Expand
Estrogen augments serotonergic activity in postmenopausal women
- U. Halbreich, N. Rojansky, S. Palter, H. Tworek, P. Hissin, Ke Wang
- Biological Psychiatry
- 1 April 1995
It is suggested that decreased serotonergic activity in postmenopausal women might contribute to their vulnerability to affective disorders and estrogen replacement therapy might decrease this vulnerability and might add to the efficacy ofserotonergic antidepressants when warranted. Expand
The cost-effectiveness of treatment for varicocele related infertility.
The optimal choice of treatment for varicocele related infertility depends strongly on the decision maker perspective and the most technologically advanced treatment, that is immediate IVF, is never favored. Expand
Better oral reading and short-term memory in midlife, postmenopausal women taking estrogen
Estrogen may have positive effects on oral reading and verbal memory in midlife, postmenopausal women. Expand
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) for Monogenic Disorders: the Value of Concurrent Aneuploidy Screening
- K. Goldman, T. Nazem, A. Berkeley, S. Palter, J. Grifo
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of Genetic Counseling
- 9 June 2016
24-chromosome aneuploidy screening when performed concurrently with PGD provides valuable information for embryo selection, and notably improves single embryo transfer rates. Expand
Cryomyolysis, a new procedure for the conservative treatment of uterine fibroids.
- T. Zreik, T. Rutherford, +4 authors D. Olive
- The Journal of the American Association of…
- 1 February 1998
Cryomyolysis may be an effective conservative surgical approach to uterine fibroids by freezing the structures, and all other uterine tissue returns to pretreatment size. Expand