Randomised comparison of oestrogen versus oestrogen plus progestogen hormone replacement therapy in women with hysterectomy

February 1996
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);2/24/96, Vol. 312 Issue 7029, p473
Academic Journal
Reports on a study that compared the acceptability and symptomatic and metabolic effects of two regimens of hormone replacement therapy in women with hysterectomy. Research design; Setting; Subjects; Interventions; Outcome measures; Indications that oestrogen plus progestogen was no less tolerated than oestrogen alone. INSET: Key messages (highlights of the study)..


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