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Aménorrhée et risque d’ostéoporose chez l’adolescente

  • H. Welti
  • R. Rizzoli
Part of the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics book series (AGYO)

Résumé

La relation étroite de cause à effet entre l’aménorrhée dite physiologique de la ménopause et l’apparition d’une ostéoporose par suite du manque d’oestrogènes n’est plus à démontrer. De même tout le monde est d’accord que l’hormonothérapie oestroprogestative substitutive permet d’enrayer l’évolution d’une ostéoporose, respectivement d’un prévenir l’apparition. On sait aussi qu’en cas de ménopause précoce ou artificielle par castration le risque d’ostéopénie est particulièrement grand.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Welti
    • 1
  • R. Rizzoli
    • 2
  1. 1.Département de gynécologie-obstétriqueCHUVLausanneSchweiz
  2. 2.Division de Physiopathologie clinique, Département de médecineHôpital cantonal universitaireGeneveSchweiz

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