Endocrine and metabolic effects of simple hysterectomy

@article{Menon1987EndocrineAM,
  title={Endocrine and metabolic effects of simple hysterectomy},
  author={R. K. Menon and Friday E. Okonofua and John E. Agnew and M. Thomas and Joyce L. Bell and P.M.S. O'Brien and Paresh Dandona},
  journal={International Journal of Gynecology \& Obstetrics},
  year={1987},
  volume={25}
}
A survey of 60 women who had undergone simple hysterectomy with preservation of ovaries revealed a high prevalence of menopausal flushes. Only 5 (8%) had menopausal concentrations of gonadotropins and estradiol. This is similar to the prevalence of natural menopause in population of comparable age. Of the remaining 55 women, 28 (47% of the total) had normal gonadotrophins and estradiol concentrations although they complained of hot flushes; these levels were not significantly different from… Expand
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