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Intrauterine Foley Balloon Catheter to Manage Acute Heavy Menstrual Bleeding in a Perimenarchal 10-Year-Old Girl.

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Summary of "Intrauterine Foley Balloon Catheter to Manage Acute Heavy Menstrual Bleeding in a Perimenarchal 10-Year-Old Girl."

Intrauterine balloon tamponade is commonly used to treat postpartum hemorrhage refractory to pharmacologic interventions. It has not been well-studied in girls or adolescents for treatment of acute heavy menstrual bleeding.

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Name: Obstetrics and gynecology
ISSN: 1873-233X
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