Climacteric : the journal of the International Menopause Society

(ISSN: 1369-7137, 1473-0804)

Climacteric : the journal of the International Menopause Society's Latest Table of Contents

2016 - 19 (4)

  • Global consensus statement on menopausal hormone therapy - an update. 
  • The intensity of menopausal symptoms is associated with episodic memory in postmenopausal women. 
  • Cardiovascular risk assessment in women - an update. 
  • Does the menopausal status of female gynecologists affect their prescription of menopausal hormone therapy? 
  • Revised Global Consensus Statement on Menopausal Hormone Therapy. 
  • Correction to: Tadayon, Abedi and Farshadbakht, Impact of pedometer-based walking on menopausal women's sleep quality: a randomized controlled trial. 
  • Night sweats: it may be hemochromatosis. 
  • Improving early detection behavior in women at risk of breast cancer: persuasion-based health monitoring model. 
  • Vasomotor symptoms and cardiometabolic risk factors in menopausal women: a MONET Group study. 
  • The impact of micronized progesterone on the endometrium: a systematic review. 
  • Daniel R. Mishell Jr, MD, May 7, 1931-May 4, 2016. 
  • Subjective insomnia is associated with low sleep efficiency and fatigue in middle-aged women. 
  • Age-specific anti-M��llerian hormone and electrocardiographic silent coronary artery disease. 
  • Drospirenone plus estradiol and the risk of serious cardiovascular events in postmenopausal women. 
  • Factors determining the use of hormonal therapy and phytotherapy in Spanish postmenopausal women. 
  • Low-dose estradiol and endothelial and inflammatory biomarkers in menopausal overweight/obese women. 
  • Bone turnover alterations across the menopausal transition in south-eastern Chinese women. 
  • Estrogen and progestogen inhibit NF-��B in atherosclerotic tissues of ovariectomized ApoE (-/-) mice. 
  • Impact of pedometer-based walking on menopausal women's sleep quality: a randomized controlled trial. 
 
 
 
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