By S. Paige Hertweck MD
Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology is reviewed during this factor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics, visitor edited by means of Dr. S. Paige Hertweck. specialists within the box have come jointly to pen articles on Genital Trauma, Urologic matters, Endometriosis within the Adolescent, Adolescent STIs, Intersex problems, Mullerian Anomalies, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome within the Adolescent, Bleeding problems in youngsters, Thrombophilial stipulations within the Adolescent, Adolescent birth control, administration of irregular Cervical Cytology within the Adolescent, and untimely Ovarian Failure/Turner Syndrome within the Adolescent.
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