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Volume 2007, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 0253-8253
  • E-ISSN: 2227-0426

Abstract

We report a case of a tightly circumcised woman who bled irregularly throughout her first year of marriage but failed to conceive. The detection and management of a large but hidden cervical polyp solved her problems. We suggest that such cases, especially in immigrant women, require deeper investigation than might at first appear to be needed.

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2007-11-01
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