Climaterio. Conceptos actuales sobre la carencia estrogénica prolongada y su adecuada substitución

Autores/as

  • Sonia Cerdas Pérez

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51481/amc.v39i2.602

Palabras clave:

Menopausia, climaterio, estrógenos, cáncer de mama, cáncer de endometrio, enfermedad cardiovascular, osteoporosis

Resumen

Los avances en el campo de la medicina han logrado aumentar, en forma dramática, la esperanza de vida durante el presente siglo, mientras que el momento de la menopausia se ha mantenido constante, alrededor de la edad de 50 años. Estos hechos han inducido a un número cada vez mayor de mujeres, a sobrepasar por más de treinta años, el momento de su menopausia, período durante el cual, tendrán la posibilidad de presenciar las múltiples complicaciones que ocurren durante la carencia estrogénica prolongada.

El presente artículo tiene como objetivo el de presentar algunos de los aspectos más relevantes, relacionados con el climaterio y la terapia de reemplazo hormonal, con el fin de que la información brindada sea de utilidad para la mayor parte de los médicos en su práctica diaria. (AMC;39 (2): 7-15) Descriptores: Menopausia, climaterio, estrógenos, cáncer de mama, cáncer de endometrio, enfermedad cardiovascular, osteoporosis.

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1997-11-01

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Cerdas Pérez, S. (1997). Climaterio. Conceptos actuales sobre la carencia estrogénica prolongada y su adecuada substitución. Acta Médica Costarricense, 39(2), 7–15. https://doi.org/10.51481/amc.v39i2.602