postpuberty


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post·pu·ber·ty

(pōst-pyū'bĕr-tē),
The period after puberty.

postpuberty

[-pyo̅o̅′bərtē]
Etymology: L, post + pubertas, maturation
a period of approximately 1 to 2 years after puberty during which skeletal growth slows and the physiological functions of the reproductive years are established. Also called postpubescence. postpuberal, postpubertal, post-pubescent, adj.

postpuberty

(pōst-pū′bĕr-tē) [″ + pubertas, puberty]
The period after puberty.
postpubertal (-tăl), adjective
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We will describe the clinical, neuronal and neurocognitive phenotype of female CD from pre- to postpuberty and related neuroendocrine and ANS function as well as moderating, mediating and direct risk factors to identify distinct homogeneous subtypes to guide targeted future treatment approaches.
Female pattern hair loss is a common condition that refers to the decrease in central scalp hair density that occurs in females postpuberty.
Collectively, these findings showing that protection in females is conferred postpuberty suggests that events associated with maturation of reproductive systems may play a role in this response.
1985) have suggested that parents allow adolescent sons more autonomy and try to increase their control of daughters postpuberty.
In the present study, almost 26% of the females between six and twelve months postmenarche could be classified as depressed (using one standard deviation above the mean on the CES-D as the cutoff criterion), whereas only 14% of the males six to twelve months postpuberty could be similarly classified.
Thus, the sampling would include in utero (gestation), postnatal (for breast-feeding infants), before puberty (pre- and peripuberty), and postpuberty (or the completion) periods.
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