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Bleeding between rules: sources and notes

Author : Sylvie Charbonnier
Expert consultant : Dr. Jean Belaisch, gynecologist, former president of the French Society of Gynecology.


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> Gueddi S, Boehlen F, Ziegler D, Moerloose P., Menorrhagia and abnormalities of haemostasis: diagnosis and treatment. Swiss Medical Journal. 2005; 1 (4): 279-282.

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