postpubertal


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postpuberal

 [pōst-pu´ber-al] (postpubertal [pōst-pu´ber-t'l]) occurring in or pertaining to the period following puberty.

post·pu·bes·cent

(pōst'pyū-bes'ĕnt),
Subsequent to the period of puberty.

postpubertal

/post·pu·ber·tal/ (-pu´ber-tal) after puberty.

postpuberal, postpubertal

postpuberal, postpubertal

after puberty.
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In urban postpubertal children, it has increased from 16 per cent ( 2002) to about 24 per cent ( 2006).
Prepubertal exposure to dietary zearalenone alters hypothalamo-hypophysial function but does not impair postpubertal reproductive function of gilts.
Sexually transmitted diseases in postpubertal female rape victims.
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.
Their mean values related to frequency and percentages of swimmers in the different Tanner maturation stages are described in Table 1, being possible to observe that there are 60 pubertal (stages 2 and 3) and 54 postpubertal swimmers (stages 4 and 5), corresponding to 52.
The key aims of the FemNAT-CD consortium are to identify biomarkers and to study disease mechanisms from pre- to postpubertal female CD as well as new psychological and pharmacological treatment options for female adolescent CD targeting emotion processing abilities.
A previous study showed that a single injection of the carcinogen AA-nitrosomethylurea to postpubertal virgin female rats resulted in secretion of a-lactalbumin from lobular alveolar structures in the PND200 mammary gland (Murray et al.
The effect of mechanical loading on the size and shape of bone in pre-, peri-, and postpubertal girls: a study in tennis players.
An Italian study on the value of pre-participation screening of children with ECGs demonstrated that postpubertal persistence of T-wave inversion was associated with an increased risk of cardiomyopathy (18).
Bilateral 8th nerve masses macules that have a maximum seen with appropriate imaging diameter of >5 mm in techniques, such as MRI or CT prepubertal patients and >15 mm in postpubertal patients 2.
Ovarian tissue cryopreservation appears to be the only choice for prepubertal females and in particular, for postpubertal patients in whom treatment cannot be postponed, even for a short time (cases in which there is no time for ovarian stimulation either for embryo or oocyte cryopreservation) (65).