climacterium


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cli·mac·ter·i·um

n. L. climaterio, menopausia, cese de actividad reproductiva.
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In adult female populations, biological factors accounting for suicide are post-partum depression, climacterium, menopause.
In 1910, the Berlin neurologist Kurt Mendel was the first to describe the climacterium virile systematically, offering a scientific basis for the perception of male aging as a process of effemination.
In addition, lines of evidence have demonstrated that hormone replacement therapy is beneficial not only to various menopausal symptoms but also to the risk of AD after climacterium (Feng et al.