Menopause: Management, Complications and Social Perceptions

Felipe C. L. Bezerra (Editor)
Cristiano A. Oliveira (Editor)

Series: Human Reproductive System – Anatomy, Roles and Disorders, Endocrinology Research and Clinical Developments
BISAC: HEA024000

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Women are born with a finite number of oocytes and throughout the reproductive aging process (which starts prior to birth and develops in a continuum), the progressive loss of these oocytes (during atresia or ovulation) is observed, which does not necessarily happen at a constant rate. The reproductive failure is what signals menopause. In this new book, the authors discuss the management, complications and social perceptions relating to menopause. Topics included in this complication examine the biopsychosocial conceptualization and assessment of menopausal symptoms; management of typically ignored but increased risk factors for dysparaneua, HIV and other STDs; perceptions about menopause and hormonal therapy in Brazilian women; estrogen deficiency in bone diseases in female hemodialysis patients; and estrogen dose in postmenopausal hormonal therapy. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

Preface

Management Of Menopausal Effects
(Guadalupe Baños, Roxana Carbó and Israel Pérez-Torres, Departments of Cardiovascular Biomedicine and Pathology, Instituto Nacional de Cardiología “Ignacio Chávez”. México, D.F. Mexico)

Menopause And The Cardiovascular System
(Guadalupe Baños, Roxana Carbó and Israel Pérez-Torres, Department of Cardiovascular Biomedicine and Department of PathologyInstituto Nacional de Cardiología “Ignacio Chávez”. México D.F.)

Menopausal Symptoms: Biopsychosocial Conceptualization and Assessment
(Filipa Pimenta, Isabel Leal, João Maroco, Psychology and Health Research Unit (UIPES), ISPA, Instituto Universitário, Lisbon, Portugal)

Menopause: Management of Typically Ignored but Increased Risk Factors for Dysparaneua, HIV, and other STDs
(Jennifer Hillman, The Pennsylvania State University, Berks College, Applied Psychology Program, Reading, Pennsylvania, USA)

Perceptions about Menopause and Hormonal Therapy in Brazilian Women
(R. Clapauch, S.K. Paula, G.H. Azevedo, H.B.M. Paiva, L.F.A.O. Castro, F.L. Ferrão, Female Endocrinology Section, Hospital Federal da Lagoa, Ministry of Health, Rio de Janeiro and Laboratory for Clinical and Experimental Research on Vascular Biology - Biovasc, Biomedical Center, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Understanding the Concept of Menopause
(Temitayo Deborah Olufemi Adewuyi, Emmanuel Aderemi Akinade, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria, and others)

Involvement of Estrogen Deficiency in Bone Disease in Female Hemodialysis Patients
(Osamu Saito, Takako Saito, Shinji Asakura, Eiji Kusano, Division of Nephrology, Jichi Medical University, Tochigi, 329-0498, Japan, and others)
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Estrogen Dose in Postmenopausal Hormonal Therapy
(R. Clapauch, H. Knifis, G. Hart, S. Kalil, L.F.A. Ozório, Female Endocrinology Section, Hospital Federal da Lagoa, Ministry of Health, Rio de Janeiro and Laboratory for Clinical and Experimental Research on Vascular Biology, Biovasc, Biomedical Center, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Menopause
(Þule Gökyýldýz, Cukurova University Adana Health High School, Saricam, Adana, Turkey)*

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