2007
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-72032007000300001
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Ovários policísticos, resistência insulínica e síndrome metabólica

Abstract: EditorialA síndrome dos ovários policísticos (SOP) é a endocrinopatia mais comum na fase reprodutiva da mulher; com prevalência entre 4 e 12%. A ocorrência familiar é freqüente, principalmente quando há parentesco de primeiro grau (20 a 60%) 1,2 . O conceito da SOP é muito amplo; caracteriza-se clinicamente pela presença de disfunção menstrual, hiperandrogenismo e anovulação crônica. Daí a importância de se normatizar alguns parâmetros para melhor defi nir essa síndrome. Em 1990, em reunião de consenso prom… Show more

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“…Only a third of patients have the classic form of the syndrome described by Stein and Leventhalin 1935 [3]. The concept of PCOS is very broad; it is clinically characterized by the presence of menstrual dysfunction, chronic anovulation and hyperandrogenism [7]. The three main consensuses on PCOS defined the criteria for diagnosis which are highlighted below:…”
Section: Classificationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Only a third of patients have the classic form of the syndrome described by Stein and Leventhalin 1935 [3]. The concept of PCOS is very broad; it is clinically characterized by the presence of menstrual dysfunction, chronic anovulation and hyperandrogenism [7]. The three main consensuses on PCOS defined the criteria for diagnosis which are highlighted below:…”
Section: Classificationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An androgen plenitude mess and its fundamental qualities: menstrual or adulatory brokenness, hyperandrogenemia, clinical hyperandrogenism and polycystic ovaries [5,14] .…”
Section: Polycystic Ovaries On Ultrasoundmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Only a third of patients have the classic form of the syndrome described by Stein and Leventhalin 1935. The concept of PCOS is very broad; it is clinically characterized by the presence of menstrual dysfunction, chronic anovulation and hyperandrogenism [5] . The three main consensuses on PCOS defined the criteria for diagnosis which are highlighted below:…”
Section: Classificationmentioning
confidence: 99%