premenarchal

premenarchal

 [pre″mĕ-nar´k'l]
occurring before establishment of menstruation.

premenarchal

[-mənär′kəl]
Etymology: L, prae, before, Gk, men, month; Gk, archaios, from the beginning
before the start of the first menstrual period.

premenarchal

(prē″mĕ-năr′kăl) [″ + Gr. men, mouth, + arche, beginning]
The time prior to the first menstrual period (i.e., prior to menarche).
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The report does not recommend premenarchal suppression in these patients, because doing so can interfere with normal bone growth.
84) Morris and associates explored lean mass, strength, and bone mineral response to a 10-month, high-impact, strength-building exercise program in premenarchal girls.
A 12-year-old premenarchal girl presented with backpain due to dystrophic NF1 left thoracic kyphoscoliosis (Figure 1(a)).
Juvenile-type granulosa ovarian cancers occur mainly in premenarchal girls and comprise roughly 5% of all granulosa cell tumors.
MD, a 13 years old premenarchal girl presented with dull aching pain in the lower abdomen for the last 3 months along with a gradually increasing generalised swelling of the abdomen.
Ovarian cysts are common in premenarchal girls: a sonographic study of 101 children 2-12 years old.
7% (n = 33) of girls with AIS were premenarchal when their curvature was detected and 165 were post menarchal, with a mean of 1.
In their study, the HR response at the anaerobic threshold was measured non-invasively as the ventilatory breakpoint (VBP) during treadmill testing of 12 premenarchal girls to establish a metabolic based target HR.
Cumulative effects of calcium supplementation and physical activity on bone accretion in premenarchal children: a double-blind randomised placebo-controlled trial.
A score of 0-6 is possible based on premenarchal status (yes = 2, no = 0); presence of nausea and/or vomiting (nausea = 1, vomiting = 2, none = 0); and adnexal volume (20 mL or less = 0, 21 mL to 70 mL = 1, greater than 70 mL = 2).