1. Müllerian Malformations andTheir Treatments
2. Adolescent Amenorrhea: New Aspects of an Old Problem
3. Amenorrhea in Eating Disorders
4. The New Forms of Functional Hypothalamic Amenorrhoea
5. Exercise and Stress-Related Amenorrhea
6. Sexual Dysfunction in Functional Hypothalamic Amenorrhea
7. Endocrine Gland Disorder-Related Amenorrhoea
8. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
9. Amenorrhea Associated with Contraception and the Postpartum Period
10. Amenorrhea in Oncological Patients
11. Premature Ovarian Insufficiency
12. Menopause Is a Natural Condition: Does It Require to Be Corrected? For Whom and for How Long?
This volume comprehensively focuses on amenorrhea, one of the most important diseases in gynecology, affecting women from puberty to menopause.
Amenorrhea is analyzed from its etiologies, pathogenesis, consequences and treatments throughout puberty, food and cycle disorders, exercise and stress impact, fertility- and sexual-related affection, and menopause transition.
Written by experts in the field, this book will be of benefits to residents, general practitioners and specialists, gynecologists and endocrinologists, who deal with women’s health care.
• Analyzes etiologies, pathogenesis, consequences and treatments
• Helps clinicians in daily practice
• Amenorrhea as consequence of treatments in Oncological patients is also discussed