postmenopausal

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post·men·o·paus·al

 (pōst′mĕn-ə-pô′zəl)
adj.
Of or occurring in the time following menopause.

postmenopausal

(ˌpəʊstmɛnəʊˈpɔːzəl)
adj
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) existing or taking place after the menopause
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Adj.1.postmenopausal - subsequent to menopause
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postmenopausal

adj posmenopáusico
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The tendency of fibroids to arise during the reproductive years, grow during pregnancy, and regress postmenopausally implicates estrogen as one factor in their cause and growth.
Development of obesity and osteoporosis is postmenopausally augmented by the lack of estrogens (Poledne et al.
Most studies have found an increased risk of ovarian cancers in woman using hormone therapy postmenopausally.
This cohort of women typically regard their risk of CVD as low, are slower to seek a medical review, tend to present 10 years postmenopausally and have a greater likelihood of delayed or incorrect diagnosis.
As a future strategy, the concept of using tamoxifen or a SERM premenopausally, followed by an aromatase inhibitor postmenopausally, may be an optimal strategy for testing in trials," Dr.
Because almost all circulating estrogens postmenopausally are derived from metabolism of circulating androgens by peripheral tissues, including fat, these two mechanisms probably have more impact in postmenopausal than premenopausal women (Glass 1989).
Diel, is that the period of greatest bone turnover in a woman's life doesn't occur postmenopausally, as is widely supposed, but in fact occurs at age 45-55 years.
But, importantly, we also found that some premenopausal women without high risk factors had subclinical heart disease postmenopausally when monitored using EBCT," he added.
Ten years postmenopausally, calcium supplementation again becomes effective in reducing age-related bone loss.
True (A) or false (B)--click on the correct answer: Exogenous oestrogens postmenopausally are linked to a poorer prognosis in women with bronchial cancer.