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Prescribing hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms

Prescribing hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms

Annals of Internal Medicine 131(8): 605-616

This paper addresses the clinical presentation of menopause, pretreatment assessment for hormone replacement therapy, benefits and risks of this treatment, common hormone replacement regimens and their side effects, and patient management. The case-based discussion focuses on the clinical management of a patient who is considering hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms.

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Accession: 011189900

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PMID: 10523222

DOI: 10.7326/0003-4819-131-8-199910190-00010

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