Metabolische Effekte der Östrogene und Gestagene

  title={Metabolische Effekte der {\"O}strogene und Gestagene},
  author={Heike Ina Kuhl},
  journal={Der Gyn{\"a}kologe},
  • H. Kuhl
  • Published 18 April 1997
  • Medicine
  • Der Gynäkologe
Zum ThemaDer durch Sexualsteroide beeinflußte Metabolismus der Frau wird bereits in der Fetalzeit durch geschlechtsspezifisch unterschiedliche hepatische Enzymaktivitäten geprägt. Die zur Kontrazeption oder Substitu- tionstherapie verwendeten Östrogene und Gestagene bewirken metabolische Veränderungen zahlreicher Laborparameter. Dieser Effekt ist abhängig von der Dosis und der Applikationsweise. Bei oraler Behandlung wirken die Steroide wegen der hohen lokalen Konzentration bei der ersten… 
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