Biodiversity conservation in Himalayan region

@article{Sood2016BiodiversityCI,
  title={Biodiversity conservation in Himalayan region},
  author={Monika Sood and Sakshi Chuahan},
  journal={International journal of applied research},
  year={2016},
  volume={2},
  pages={610-615}
}
Introduction: Polycystic ovarian syndrome is the most common endocrinopathy in the women of reproductive age with a prevalence of approximately 7-10% worldwide. It reflects multiple potential aetiologies and variable clinical manifestations. This syndrome is characterised by serious health implications such as diabetes, coronary heart disease and also leads to infertility. Methods: Magnesium, uric acid, fasting blood sugar were estimated in 80 clinically diagnosed patients of PCOS who were… 

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