Surgically Induced Menopause—A Practical Review of Literature
AbstractMenopause can occur spontaneously (natural menopause) or it can be surgically induced by oophorectomy. The symptoms and complications related to menopause differ from one patient to another. We aimed to review the similarities and differences between natural and surgically induced menopause by analyzing the available data in literature regarding surgically induced menopause and the current guidelines and recommendations, the advantages of bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy in low and high risk patients, the effects of surgically induced menopause and to analyze the factors involved in decision making. View Full-Text
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Secoșan, C.; Balint, O.; Pirtea, L.; Grigoraș, D.; Bălulescu, L.; Ilina, R. Surgically Induced Menopause—A Practical Review of Literature. Medicina 2019, 55, 482.
Secoșan C, Balint O, Pirtea L, Grigoraș D, Bălulescu L, Ilina R. Surgically Induced Menopause—A Practical Review of Literature. Medicina. 2019; 55(8):482.Chicago/Turabian Style
Secoșan, Cristina; Balint, Oana; Pirtea, Laurențiu; Grigoraș, Dorin; Bălulescu, Ligia; Ilina, Răzvan. 2019. "Surgically Induced Menopause—A Practical Review of Literature." Medicina 55, no. 8: 482.
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