INCIDENCE OF SOMATIC DISEASES IN WOMEN WITH UTERINE AND BREAST HYPERPLASTIC DISEASES IN THE PERIMENOPAUSE
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Analysis of anamnestic data revealed an increased level of somatic pathology in patients with uterine and mammary hyperplastic diseases, with a prevalence of cardiovascular and endocrine diseases. Thus, 97 (77.6%) women in the main group had cardiovascular disease and only one in five - 9 (22.5%) from the control group. Varicose vein disease was diagnosed in 87 (69.6%) against 7 (17.5%) in the control group. Hypertension was twice as common in patients with EH and BBC (12(9.6%) vs. 2(5%), respectively).
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Askarova Zebo Zafarovna, & Raximova Amira Oybekovna. (2023). INCIDENCE OF SOMATIC DISEASES IN WOMEN WITH UTERINE AND BREAST HYPERPLASTIC DISEASES IN THE PERIMENOPAUSE. American Journal of Interdisciplinary Research and Development, 14, 81–84. Retrieved from http://ajird.journalspark.org/index.php/ajird/article/view/562