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Journal of Mid-life Health
ISSN - Print: 0976-7800,
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January-March 2021 | Vol 12 | Issue 1
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Medicine - Transition from art to science?
Meeta Meeta, Vishal Tandon
[INLINE:1] [INLINE:2] Happy Holi! In this edition, we present new and different hues from the mid-life health of women. The statement of William Osler, “The practice of medicine is an art, n...
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Narrative Review
Polycystic ovarian syndrome and menopause in forty plus women
Sudhaa Sharma, Neha Mahajan
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine disorder in women of reproductive age group, but it affects women's health and quality of life across the life course. During differ...
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Narrative Review
Gender bias in cardiovascular disease prevention, detection, and management, with specific reference to coronary artery disease
Shailesh Desai, Atul Munshi, Devangi Munshi
Even though cardiovascular disease (CVD) kills more women than men each year and remains a leading cause of death in women, it is a common misconception that women are less likely to develop CVD. Co...
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Narrative Review
Gender differences in osteoarthritis of knee: An Indian perspective
Srinivas Thati
Introduction: The global burden of knee osteoarthritis (KOA) is on the rise with advancing age, as life expectancy is improving worldwide. The literature shows a higher prevalence and inciden...
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Mini Review
A mini-review of office hysteroscopic techniques for endometrial tissue sampling in postmenopausal bleeding
Sergio Haimovich, Tanvir Tanvir
Postmenopausal bleeding (PMB) is a common cause for a gynecological visit. Endometrial cancer risk varies from 3% to 25% in women with PMB. There is a significant concern of malignancy of th...
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