postpubescent

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postpubescent

(ˌpəʊstpjuːˈbɛsənt)
adj
1. (Biology) of, relating to, or occurring in the period after puberty
2. (Biology) having been through puberty
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(2002) The effect of mechanical loading on the size and shape of bone in pre-, peri-, and postpubertal girls: a study in tennis players.
(15-17) The age distribution of the disease in women (postpubertal and premenopausal) provides incentive for exploring a hormonal component, at least in women.
The possible role of hormones in HS pathogenesis has been proposed but not established, despite numerous studies.(15-17) The age distribution of the disease in women (postpubertal and premenopausal) provides incentive for exploring a hormonal component, at least in women.
These categories were chosen to allow comparison with other paediatric studies on this topic and also to factor in pre-and postpubertal physiological and hormonal differences.[12]
This allostatic load may lead to the manifestation of psychological, emotional, behavioral, immune, or metabolic disorders that is often associated with a flattening of the diurnal cortisol curve and a lack of postpubertal sex differences.
Demir, "Prediction of postpubertal reproductive potential according to prepubertal body weight, testicular size, and testosterone concentration using multiple regression analysis in Kivircik ram lambs," Turkish Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, vol.
Upon agonist administration, plasma testosterone levels were significantly increased in prepubertal mice but were significantly decreased in postpubertal males.
From our findings, the mean description of subjects showed that occlusal vertical dimension and mandibular bone height increase with increasing age up to age 25, after which there was a slight decline; this may be attributable to reduced growth after immediate postpubertal ages, and increasing masticatory forces in older age groups.
The highest correlation between weight and BMI was observed in postpubertal stage (0.93 for both genders).
Inflammatory tinea capitis mimicking dissecting cellulitis in a postpubertal male: a case report and review of the literature.