A pouch in the cervix: a strange diagnosis

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Gloria, C., Giuseppe, C., Maria, M.G. et al. A pouch in the cervix: a strange diagnosis. Gynecol Surg 13, 131–132 (2016).

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  • Cervical cyst
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Hysteroscopy