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Synonyms for gynaecology

the branch of medicine that deals with the diseases and hygiene of women

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One of the two was already on sick leave and the only other gynaecologist failed to show up for work on Tuesday and later, and later filed a sick note.
Method: The cross-sectional study was conducted at Jinnah, Ganga Ram and Mayo Hospitals, Lahore, from 10th January 2014 to 30th June 2014 and comprised gynaecologists at public-sector hospital with work experience ranging from 5 to 30 years.
To understand the concerns of female patients and to find out whether gender in gynaecology and by extension, breast cancer screening, should be the realm of only female doctors, Gulf News spoke to both male and female gynaecologists.
The first part of the questionnaire addressed the demographics of the gynaecologists, while the second part enquired about the use of vaginal pessaries as first-line treatment for POP (yes/no), indications, choice of pessary with regard to the anterior, middle and posterior compartment (ring/ donut/Gellhorn/cube/Gehrung/other), routine use of oestrogen cream (yes/no), patient follow-up (3-monthly, 3-6-monthly, more than 6-monthly), and the need for a formal training programme on vaginal pessary use.
The event brought together 400 Jordanian, Arab and foreign obstetricians and gynaecologists.
London, Dec 16 (ANI): A gynaecologist gave a patient two 'leg-buckling' orgasms in a minute and a half on the examination table as a nurse stood just feet away, a court has been told.
Everyone who knows him loved him, he was a great doctor with a great bedside manner and a very, very talented gynaecologist.
The survey was aimed at gynaecologists and urologists.
A mother-of-two who faces an 11-month wait to see a gynaecologist last night attacked the 'unacceptably' long waiting lists in Wales.
In practice, almost all gynaecologists will perform abortions.
In an interesting article published in this edition of SAJOG, Adam and co-workers (1) look at the differences between gynaecologists and urologists with regard to management of the posterior pelvic compartment.
The Jordan, Palestine and Syria Representative Committee of the Royal British College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists will hold its 11th Annual Gynaecology and Obstetrics Conference here tomorrow.
The attitudes of gynaecologists and lack of a preventive health care culture in the public health system also prevented women from asking for Pap smears.
If we have more or less accepted what Gray has said, it is at this point we realize that we are involved with an extremely muddled mind, a mind which sees an unknown sniper wounding three Canadian gynaecologists, but does not see the more than two and a half million lives extinguished by their fraternity of medical abortionists since 1969.
Gynaecologists and urologists are commonly faced with the challenge of managing women with posterior compartment prolapse (PCP).