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The paediatrician and the management of common gynaecological conditions (2018)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Ritchie, Joanne K; Latthe, Pallavi; Jyothish, Deepthi; Blair, Joanne C Citation: Archives of disease in childhood; Jul 2018, 103(7), p. 703-706 Abstract: Paediatric gynaecology is an emerging discipline. Since 2000, there has been an

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A national colposcopy survey comparing destructive versus excisional treatment for CIN (2016)

Type of publication: Conference abstract Author(s): Parry-Smith W., *Papoutsis D., Parris D., *Panikkar J., Redman C., *Underwood M. Citation: BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, June 2016, vol./is. 123/(99) Abstract: Introduction Women found to have high grade CIN

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Haematocolpos. A 20-year review of cases at a District General Hospital (2016)

Type of publication: Conference abstract Author(s): *Oates S. Citation: BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, June 2016, vol./is. 123/(24) Abstract: Introduction Paediatric and Adolescent care is now more structured within the gynaecology department and will often be undertaken

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Gynaecological laparoscopic injuries: a 10-year retrospective review at a District General Hospital NHS Trust (2016)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Moores K.L., *Bentick B. Citation: Gynecological Surgery, May 2016, vol./is. 13/2(125-130) Abstract: Worldwide, increasingly complex surgery is being performed laparoscopically; thus, laparoscopic complication rates may be increasing. Reported risks from all complications of laparoscopic

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Does the number of tissue fragments removed from the cervix with excisional treatment for CIN pathology affect the completeness of excision and cytology recurrence at follow-up? An observational cohort study (2016)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): *Papoutsis D., *Panikkar J., *Gornall A., *Blundell S. Citation: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, February 2016, vol./is. 36/2(251-256) Abstract: The objective of our study was to determine whether removing multiple pieces of cervical tissue

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Cytological follow-up after hysterectomy: is vaginal vault cytology sampling a clinical governance problem? The University Hospital of North Staffordshire approach (2015)

Type of publication: Journal article Author(s): Parry-Smith W., Thorpe D., Ogboro-Okor L., *Underwood M., Ismaili E., Kodampur M., Todd R., Douce G., Redman C.W.E. Citation: Cytopathology, June 2015, vol./is. 26/3(188-193) Abstract: Objectives: Vaginal vault cytology sampling following hysterectomy is recommended

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