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A Textbook of Gynecology for Less-Resourced Locations

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A Textbook of Gynecology for Less-Resourced Locations
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Publisher: Sapiens Publishing
ISBN-13: 9780955228285
Number of pages: 499

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This carefully structured textbook seeks to support various levels of health personnel in less-resourced locations by providing evidence-based information about low-tech diagnostic and treatment options for common gynecological conditions such as cervical, ovarian and breast cancer, problems in early pregnancy, contraception and gynecological bleeding disorders.

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