- From Ancient Greek περί (peri, "about, around"). (Wiktionary)
- Greek, from peri, around, near; see per1 in Indo-European roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“After African americans, the next highest groups were Latinas at 35.4 percent, white women at 31.2 percent, and Chinese-Americans at 20.5 percent.8 In a separate study of 841 white women with physical disabilities in peri- and postmenopause across the United States, 64.9 percent reported having hot flashes.9”
“Levels seem to be higher in some peri- and postmenopausal women who experience hot flashes.7”
“This illness may be almost exclusively the province of peri- and postmenopausal women because of the rapid drop in estrogen production that affects the small blood vessels.”
“Leads development of peri- and post-approval safety commitments during the endgame and approval phases, and may assist in negotiating these commitments with regulators; coordinates post-approval safety commitments.”
“Risk management strategies to support development compounds, including during the peri- approval process”
“Her bewitching hold over the minds of the peri- and postmenopausal female is a phenomenon largely unexplored by others, but not yours truly—I’m right there with her.”
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