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• October, 2011 •

editorial

Dear GynEndocrinologists,
A fall in October is finally here. Some might say… Well at last! It is true: we had a very strange Fall here in old Europe: beautiful days, hot temperatures and a great summer which seems to be a neverending one. But what the heck… what luck! Who prefers wet and freezing experiences to sunny and gorgeous days? Indeed we should have a great year of wine and Nature makes this life more joyful and loving. Yes, because … for the rest, the World economy is making headway towards the abyss. In a society where everything seems to be available handy, we awaken to the future with uncertainty and fear for our children: can we guarantee to them the same stability and peace that we had when we were young? more

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INNOVATION IN ENDOMETRIOSIS THERAPY

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Progestins – beyond a class effect: The special role of Dienogest
Mueck Alfred

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New evidence for a special progestin: Clinical data for Dienogest
Strowitzki Thomas

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Inflammation and endometriosis

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Inflammation and endometriosis
Taylor Robert

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ENDOCRINE CONTROL OF BONE METABOLISM

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Acquisition of bone mass during childhood and adolescence. Physiological and clinical aspects
Saggese Giuseppe

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Clinical relevance and molecular mechanism of androgen/androgen receptor actions on bone growth
Huang Ko-En

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The evolution of the use of markers of bone resorption and formation in clinical practice
Christiansen Claus

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Osteopenia, osteoporosis, fracture: when and how should we initiate treatment?
Yoles Israel

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POST-MENARCHAL DISORDERS AND REPRODUCTIVE TRACT ANOMALIES

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Post menarchal menorrhagiaDeligeoroglou Efthimios

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Hormonal contraception in adolescence
Creatsas George

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Weight loss-associated amenorrheaBruni Vincenzina

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Therapies for acne and androgen excesses
Paoletti Anna Maria

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Surgical strategies for the correction of vaginal agenesis
Jasonni Valerio

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