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Selected Disorders of the Female Reproductive System

  • Gary R. Newkirk
  • Patricia Ann Boken
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Abstract

Pelvic pain is one of the most vexing problems encountered by the family physician. The monetary and psychosocial costs are unknown but are assumed to be high. In the United States about 40% of all laparoscopies are done for the evaluation and treatment of pelvic pain.1

Keywords

Pelvic Pain GnRH Agonist Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Chronic Pelvic Pain Toxic Shock Syndrome 
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