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This article examines the evaluation of chronic pelvic pain in women.
Chronic pelvic pain is the single most common indication for referral to gynecology clinics.
Yes. It would be a great seminar class for residents.
Chronic pelvic pain is the single most common indication for referral to gynecology clinics. A meticulous description of the history taking process is presented. The physical examination is also described in detail. Patients with chronic pelvic pain require gynecologic, urologic, psychological, and gastroenterological assessments. Chronic pelvic pain can not always be cured.
Clinical associate professor
Difficulty to diagnose and manage CPP
No, every single paper on CPP had the same claim wich is correct
No protocol provided since this is a full discription of the disease
Yes I think so.
I am a consultant and author in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
article is including everything about chronic pelvic pain
yes for 4 years
this article has discussed chronic pelvic pain in detail and will be useful source of information on this particular topic
i am pain physician having 4 yrs ofexperience
It is an important article which helps a lot in understanding thorough and systemic evaluation of chronic pelvic pain in women.
i am practicing as anesthetist and pain physician with 4 yrs experience as pain physician
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