Some atherogenic concomitants of menopause: The Framingham Study.

@article{Hjortland1976SomeAC,
  title={Some atherogenic concomitants of menopause: The Framingham Study.},
  author={MarthanaC. Hjortland and Patricia Mannix Mcnamara and William Bernard Kannel},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={1976},
  volume={103 3},
  pages={
          304-11
        }
}
Longitudinal assessment of the effect of change in menopausal status on seven biologic concomitants was made in 40- to 51-year-old women from the cohort of 1686 women premenopausal at the initial Framingham examination and subsequently followed for nine biennial examinations. Within this age range, women of any specific age undergoing natural menopause were leaner at the exam prior to menopause than their controls; while women undergoing surgical menopause with bilateral oophorectomy were… CONTINUE READING
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