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Premenstrual Syndrome:Ethical and Legal Implications in a Biomedical Perspective

Benson Ginsburg

Premenstrual Syndrome:Ethical and Legal Implications in a Biomedical Perspective

by Benson Ginsburg

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical ethics,
  • Behavior Therapy,
  • Gynecology,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Psychology,
  • Ethics,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Psychiatry,
  • Congresses,
  • Ethics, Medical,
  • Law and legislation,
  • Moral and ethical aspects,
  • Premenstrual syndrome

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages436
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10323815M
    ISBN 100306424983
    ISBN 109780306424984

    Susan E. Bell, “Premenstrual Syndrome and the medicalization of menopause: A sociological perspective.” Pp. in B. Ginsburg and B. Frank Carter (eds.), The Premenstrual Syndrome: Ethical and Legal Implications in a Biomedical Perspective. New York: Plenum, In a longitudinal prospective study, mood fluctuations were assessed for evidence of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) as well as other menstrual, day of week, and lunar cyclicity. Volunteer participants from the community (60 women and 10 men) provided daily data for 12 to 18 weeks.

    Carter, Bonnie Frank, and Benson E. Ginsburg, eds. Premenstrual Syndrome: Ethical and Legal Implications in a Biomedical Perspective. New York: Plenum Press, Christin, Barbara, and Robert Snowden. Patterns and Perceptions of Menstruation: A World Health Organization International Collaborative Study. New York: St. Marttin’s Press,   Tavris () does not suggest that all biomedical premenstrual research should be viewed as adding to this negative discourse. Hormone studies are part of an ongoing tidal wave of biological research in general, and much of this research has benefitted women.

    INTRODUCTION. Stress and Depression. Depressive disorders are widely regarded as stress-related conditions. Although genetic vulnerability is critical to the development of depression, in the absence of environmental stressors, the incidence of depressive disorders is very low (Kendler et al., ), and in approximately 75% of cases of depression there is a precipitating life event (Brown. Book Description: The relationship between power and illness is the subject of limited discussion despite it being one of the most important issues in health-related policies and services. In an effort to correct this, Contesting Illness engages critically with processes through which the meanings and effects of illness shape and are shaped by.


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(Introduction) In Premenstrual Syndrome: Ethical and Legal Implications in a Biomedical Perspective (Edited by Ginsburg B. and Carter B. F.), pp. ix-xi. Bell, Susan E. “Premenstrual Syndrome and the Medicalization of Menopause: A Sociological Perspective”Premenstrual Syndrome.

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This essay traces the history of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) in French, British, and American medical literature from to Aetiological theories, treatments and diagnostic criteria have.

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Premenstrual Syndrome: Ethical and Legal Implications in a Biomedical Perspective. Boston, MA: Springer-Verlag US; Dalton ME. Sex hormone-binding globulin concentrations in women with severe premenstrual syndrome.Media treatment of premenstrual syndrome.

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