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- adj. Alternative spelling of gynecological.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to gynecology; same as gynecological.
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- adj. of or relating to or practicing gynecology
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Some of these issues are related to specific female cancers, such as gynaecological malignancies, while psychosocial management incorporates specific personal and cultural issues facing women, "said Dr Chris Mitchell,
According to a national survey report by the National Cancer Intelligence Network, only 38.1% of gynaecological cancer patients connected to St George's Healthcare NHS trust, south-west London, thought they were seen by doctors as soon as necessary.
Indeed, it is a sad comment about the world in which we live that most women in the so called 'Third World do not have access to even the most rudimentary gynaecological or obstetric healthcare and that vaginal fistulae are so common.
I've had some gynaecological problems in the past that might make it difficult for me to conceive and that is a worry too.
More than a million children watched Christina Aguilera and Rihanna perform gynaecological aerobics on ITV's The X Factor last year.
No Figgisy humping and gynaecological explorations in the masterly, Ken Russell manner, filmed in a genuine Renaissance setting instead of a boring old theatre?
The train parks for one month at a selected location where patients are treated for orthopaedic, hearing and visual impairments, cleft lips, and more recently for epilepsy, neurological and cardiac disorders, dental and gynaecological problems? most of which are pre-screened in the nearest local hospital.
While searching the house, investigators found a cache of worrying items including gynaecological implements, syringes and a metal helmet.
During some types of gynaecological examination, researchers have inserted a tiny microphone, called a hydrophone, into the uterus, enabling them to hear what the foetus can hear.
How does obsessing about Sarah Palin's gynaecological history make him sensible?
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