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postmenopausal

 [pōst″men-o-paw´zal]
after the menopause.

post·men·o·pau·sal

(pōst'men-ō-paw'săl),
Relating to the period following the menopause.

postmenopausal

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

postmenopausal

[-men′əpô′səl]
Etymology: L, post + men, month; Gk, pauein, to cease
pertaining to the period of life after menopause.

postmenopausal

adjective Referring to the period of life after menopause.

postmenopausal

Change of life Gynecology adjective Referring to the time in ♀ when menstrual periods stop for ≥ 1 yr

post·men·o·pau·sal

(pōst'men-ŏ-paw'zăl)
Relating to the period following the menopause.
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And the postmenopausally pregnant, egg-donated women achieve parental rights by being married to the babies' fathers, not through their own contributions.
Ten years postmenopausally, calcium supplementation again becomes effective in reducing age-related bone loss.
It has long been known that women who exercise regularly have a lowered risk of breast cancer postmenopausally.
Tamoxifen, too, has been associated with reduction in bone mineral density in premenopausal women although both drugs are osteoprotective when given postmenopausally, Dr.
A total of 42% of these patients were not on hormone replacement therapy (HRT), illustrating that exogenous hormones are not necessary for endometriosis to develop postmenopausally, added Dr.
The apparent difference in the effects of genistein on breast cancer risk premenopausally and postmenopausally may be explained by the fact that the breasts of older women are more likely to contain malignant cells as compared to the breasts of younger women.
Postmenopausally the ovarian follicles are no longer active and do not secrete estradiol into the circulation.
Estrone is the main estrogen that a woman produces postmenopausally.
True (A) or false (B)--click on the correct answer: Exogenous oestrogens postmenopausally are linked to a poorer prognosis in women with bronchial cancer.
Although the ovaries continue to secrete testosterone postmenopausally, testosterone levels in 40-year-old women are half of what they are in 20-year-old women.
Diel, is that the period of greatest bone turnover in a woman's life does not occur postmenopausally, as is widely supposed, but in fact occurs at age 45-55 years.
Of these patients, 42% were not on hormone replacement therapy (HRT), illustrating that exogenous hormones are not necessary for endometriosis to develop postmenopausally, added Dr.