PECULIARITIES OF TREATMENT IN PATIENTS WITH ENDOMETRIAL HYPERPLASTIC PROCESSES AND HYPOTHYROIDISM
К ВОПРОСУ О РАЦИОНАЛИЗАЦИИ ТЕРАПИИ ЖЕНЩИН С СОЧЕТАНИЕМ ГИПЕРПЛАСТИЧЕСКИХ ПРОЦЕССОВ ЭНДОМЕТРИЯ И ГИПОТИРЕОЗА
The main goal was to determine the optimal therapy policy for endometrial hyperplastic processes (EHP) in women with hypothyroidism. In 42 women there was applied only levothyroxine; in 48 cases treatment contained the both, levothyroxine and steroid hormones. It was ascertained, that treatment for EHP in patients with hypothyroidism, first of all, should consist of correction of thyroid dysfunction.
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