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Sex differences in climacteric symptoms with increasing age ? A hypothesis generating analysis of cross-sectional population surveys.

(2000) The Aging Male. p.124-131
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HEINEMAN, LAJ, C THIEL, A ASSMANN, W ZIMMERMANN, W HUMMEL, and Alex Vermeulen. 2000. “Sex Differences in Climacteric Symptoms with Increasing Age ? A Hypothesis Generating Analysis of Cross-sectional Population Surveys.” In The Aging Male, 124–131.
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HEINEMAN, L., THIEL, C., ASSMANN, A., ZIMMERMANN, W., HUMMEL, W., & Vermeulen, A. (2000). Sex differences in climacteric symptoms with increasing age ? A hypothesis generating analysis of cross-sectional population surveys. The Aging Male (pp. 124–131).
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HEINEMAN L, THIEL C, ASSMANN A, ZIMMERMANN W, HUMMEL W, Vermeulen A. Sex differences in climacteric symptoms with increasing age ? A hypothesis generating analysis of cross-sectional population surveys. The Aging Male. 2000. p. 124–31.
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HEINEMAN, LAJ, C THIEL, A ASSMANN, et al. “Sex Differences in Climacteric Symptoms with Increasing Age ? A Hypothesis Generating Analysis of Cross-sectional Population Surveys.” The Aging Male. 2000. 124–131. Print.
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  author       = {HEINEMAN, LAJ and THIEL, C and ASSMANN, A and ZIMMERMANN, W and HUMMEL, W and Vermeulen, Alex},
  booktitle    = {The Aging Male},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {124--131},
  title        = {Sex differences in climacteric symptoms with increasing age ? A hypothesis generating analysis of cross-sectional population surveys.},
  year         = {2000},
}