Benign Gynecological Disease

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Health Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Medical - 69 pages
Benign gynaecological disease and, in particular, menstrual disorders represent the main reason for patient referral to a gynaecologist, reflecting a substantial workload for primary care practitioners. Although not usually serious or life threatening, these diseases have significant impact on the lives of many women and can cause major problems at work or home. Written by specialists from the UK and USA, this guide provides clear, updated advice on the treatment of these disorders for the primary care practitioner and junior hospital doctor.

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