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Menstrual extraction

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      Abstract

      This report documents the clinical outcome of 137 consecutive menstrual extractions. The pre- and postprocedural pregnancy testing is correlated with histologic examination of tissue obtained. This report reviews the management of the unsuccessful cases.
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