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THE ECHOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNAL REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS AND THE SPECIFIC FEATURES OF SOMATIC STATUS IN GIRLS WITH MENSTRUAL DISORDRS

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8
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2016

Professor V. Delyagin, MD; N. Nabatnikova; A. Urazbagambetov, Candidate of Medical Sciences Dmitry Rogachev Federal Research-and-Clinical Center for Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, and Immunology, Moscow

50 adolescent girls with a regular menstrual cycle (Group 1) and 50 with an irregular one (Group 2) were examined. The groups did not statistically significantly differ in mean age at the time of examination (15.42±0.25 and 15.52±0.3 years, respectively) and in mean age at menarche (12.72±0.34 and 12.73±0.33 years). The volume of the uterus was almost the same. The girls with an irregular menstrual cycle showed increases in body mass index (19.73±1.74 kg/m2 in Group 1 and 21.63±3.44 kg/m2 in Group 2) and ovarian volume.

Keywords: 
gynecology
children
ovaries
uterus
physiology of age
dysmenorrhea



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