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April-June 2014 | Vol 5 | Issue 2
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Editorial
Quaternary prevention and menopause
Bharti Kalra, Sonia Malik
In current years, the specialty of mid-life health has been criticized for having become "over medicalized." Menopause and androgen deficiency of the male, which are supposed to be "physiologic" pheno...
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Gynecological diseases in rural India: A critical appraisal of indications and route of surgery along with histopathology correlation of 922 women undergoing major gynecological surgery
Chanderdeep Sharma, Manupriya Sharma, Rashmi Raina, Anjali Soni, Bal Chander, Suresh Verma
Objective: The aim of the study was to generate baseline data for indications of gynecological surgeries, and to assess route of surgery and histopathology correlation in women undergoing major...
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Menopausal symptoms of postmenopausal women in a rural community of Delhi, India: A cross-sectional study
Akanksha Singh, Shishir Kumar Pradhan
Background: There is very little data on the consequence of menopause on women in South East Asia region, especially from rural India. Importance is always given to reproductive health from men...
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A prospective randomized controlled comparison of immediate versus late removal of urinary catheter after abdominal hysterectomy
Bharti Joshi, Neelam Aggarwal, Seema Chopra, Neelam Taneja
Objective: Indwelling transurethral catheter is frequently used after gynecological surgeries in order to prevent urinary retention. There is controversy about the ideal time to remove the cath...
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Body iron stores in middle-aged North Indian patients with type 2 diabetes and obesity
Monica Gupta, Anshu Palta, Ram Singh, Sarabmeet Singh Lehl
Introduction: Evidence from various epidemiological and clinical studies suggests that iron overload is proinflammatory and proatherosclerotic. Excess body iron has been positively associated w...
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