Effects of Estrogen and Estrogen – Progestin on Mammographic Parenchymal Density

@inproceedings{Greendale1999EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of Estrogen and Estrogen – Progestin on Mammographic Parenchymal Density},
  author={Gail A Greendale and Beth A. Reboussin and Angela Sie and H. Rosy Singh and Linda K. Olson and Olga Gatewood and Lawrence W. Bassett and Carol Wasilauskas and Trudy Bush and Elizabeth Barrett-Connor},
  year={1999}
}
Results: Almost all increases in mammographic density occurred within the first year. At 12 months, the percentage of women with density grade increases was 0% (95% CI, 0.0% to 4.6%) in the placebo group, 3.5% (CI, 1.0% to 12.0%) in the CEE group, 23.5% (CI, 11.9% to 35.1%) in the CEE plus cyclic MPA group, 19.4% (CI, 9.9% to 28.9%) in the CEE plus daily MPA group, and 16.4% (CI, 6.6% to 26.2%) in the CEE plus cyclic MP group. At 12 months, the odds of an increase in mammographic density were… CONTINUE READING