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Post-coital bleeding: What is the incidence of significant gynaecological pathology in women referred for colposcopy?

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Summary of "Post-coital bleeding: What is the incidence of significant gynaecological pathology in women referred for colposcopy?"

To evaluate the incidence of underlying serious gynaecological pathology in women referred to colposcopy with post-coital bleeding.

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Name: Sexual & reproductive healthcare : official journal of the Swedish Association of Midwives
ISSN: 1877-5764
Pages: 100462

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