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CO2 hysteroscopy: Diagnosis and treatment

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      The authors have been using hysteroscopy for intrauterine examination and also for transuterine tubal sterlization for some years, and have adopted the use of CO2 gas as the distension medium. They explain their suggested values, review their experience, and state their reasons for believing that hysteroscopy is safe and should be more widely used.
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