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Cambridge University Press, May 1, 2004 - Medical
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Endometriosis affects a huge number of women throughout the world. It has been estimated that between 1% and 15% of women who are examined for pelvic pain and infertility may have endometriosis; the true prevalence is unknown because diagnosis can only be made with any accuracy by laparoscopic examination of the pelvis. This book provides clinicians with all the information they need in a succinct and clear text, with colour illustrations. Chapters cover: epidemiology and aetiology; diagnosis; investigation; medical treatment; and surgical treatment.

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C. J. G. Sutton is a member of the RCOG Advisory Appointments Committee and a Consultant at Guildford Nuffield Hospital, Surrey.

Kevin Jones is a Consultant at Great Western Hospital. He served on the RCOG Publications Management Committee in 2004.

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