Gynaecologist & Endoscopic Surgeon

Excisional Surgery: Conclusion

  • Medical therapy rarely results in disease regression.
  • Ablation of disease effective in mild setting
  • ”Iceberg” phenomenon & depth of disease
  • Excision suitable for all cases
  • Difficult, time consuming surgery
  • Potential complications
  • Medical therapy may have a role as a maintenance strategy, particularly when involving the OCP & progestogens.
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Calcium supplements linked to post-stroke dementia in women - National Library of Medicine - PubMed Health

Yet again more evidence that #dietarysupplements may not be good. Calcium associated with dementia. https://t.co/VdU8HMzbVO

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