Among Danish women with Turner syndrome, those prescribed hormone therapy were less likely to develop diabetes, sustain an osteoporotic fracture or be hospitalized for stroke during nearly 4 decades of follow-up when compared with those not prescribed HT, according to findings published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
“No studies have so far evaluated the effect of hormone replacement therapy in Turner syndrome or other conditions of premenopausal hypogonadism,” Mette H. Viuff, MD, a doctoral student in the department of internal medicine and
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