Abnormal vaginal bleeding

  • Shaughn O’Brien
  • Mark Doyle

Abstract

Many thousands of hours are spent in general practice surgeries, gynaecology clinics and operating theatres in the management of problems associated with the ovarian cycle, particularly abnormal bleeding (Figure 4.1).

Keywords

Cholesterol Dopamine Osteoporosis Tuberculosis Serotonin 

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  • Shaughn O’Brien
  • Mark Doyle

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