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Cite this article as: Akingba DH, Deniseiko-Sanses TV, Melick CF, et al. Outcomes of hysterectomies performed by supervised residents vs those performed by attendings alone. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2008;199:673.e1-673.e6.
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