Short communication| Volume 9, ISSUE 4, P375-378, March 1988

Influence of oral contraceptive use on bone density in climacteric women

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      The aim of the study was to investigate the influence of long-term administration of oral contraceptives on bone density in climacteric women. The existence of a correlation between long-term use and bone density was confirmed.


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