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Perioperative steroid therapy has been shown to be safe and effective in inhibiting the production of inflammatory mediators and reducing postoperative hospital morbidity. However, there is limited information to show the effect of steroid therapy on long-term survival. In this study we evaluated the effect of perioperative steroid therapy on long-term(More)
  • Taio Aoki
  • Nihon Sanka Fujinka Gakkai zasshi
  • 1988
205 postmenopausal women, who received 0.625mg of conjugated equine estrogen (CEE) daily for 2-12 years, were evaluated by endometrial histopathology in three treatment schedules. Group I received CEE for 3 weeks followed by a pause for 1 week in each course. Group II took norethindrone, 10mg daily for 1 week, between CEE and the one week pause. Group III(More)
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