gynäkologie + geburtshilfe

, Volume 24, Issue 2, pp 24–28 | Cite as

Randgebiete der Gynäkologie

Folgen von Adipositas und Möglichkeiten, sie zu behandeln

  • Till HasenbergEmail author
  • Sandra Kautt
  • Barbara König

Adipositas stellt gerade Gynäkologen und Geburtshelfer vor große Herausforderungen. Viele Aspekte sind bei adipösen aber auch bei adipositasoperierten Patientinnen zu beachten, etwa der Einfluss auf Fertilität und die Wirkung von Kontrazeptiva sowie Besonderheiten in der Schwangerschaft.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Helios Adipositas Zentrum WestUniversität Witten-HerdeckeVelbertDeutschland
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