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Rolle der Gestagene

  • H. I. Wyss
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Part of the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics book series (AGYO)

Zusammenfassung

Exogene Estrogene bewirken eine 2–15fache Zunahme des Risikos, ein Endometrium-Carcinom zu entwickeln. Zahlreiche Studien belegen diesen Effekt, der bei allen Estrogenpräparaten eintritt, wenn eine Dosierung zur Behandlung der Menopausebeschwerden und zur Prophylaxe der Osteoporose gewährt wird (Tabelle 1).

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  • H. I. Wyss
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  1. 1.BaselSchweiz

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