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  • adj. gynecological

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  • adj. of or relating to or practicing gynecology


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gynecology +‎ -ic


  • Two-thirds of ovarian cancers are first operated on by general gynecologists or surgeons, even though outcomes are better when the job is done by specialists called gynecologic oncologists, according to scientific literature.

    Test to Help Determine If Ovarian Masses Are Cancer

  • If your provider or gynecologist suspects you have an underlying ovarian tumor, the most appropriate approach is for you to be referred to a gynecologic oncologist, a doctor who specializes in cancers of the female organs.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

  • Women experiencing this symptom need to be evaluated for any kind of gynecologic cancers, Dr. Moschos said.


  • The Community Free Clinic in Hagerstown offers free services such as gynecologic, pediatric, podiatry, teen pregnancy, family planning and mental health care. Headlines

  • I had full check-up and I do mean full, including blood work and all of the other unmentionable components of a gynecologic exam.

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  • This study has demonstrated that it may be possible to replace the Pap smear with a more effective screening strategy employing the use of high risk HPV testing alone, said Dr. Elizabeth Poyner, a gynecologic oncologist and pelvic surgeon at Lenox Hill Hospital, in New York City.

    HPV test may be better predictor of cervical cancer than pap smear

  • She went to a community health center near her home in Milwaukee to get it checked out in July and was referred to a gynecologic surgeon, who told her she had uterine cancer.

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  • Ms. Harwell says gynecologic oncologist Kathleen Schmeler told her the surgery needed to be a hysterectomy, which would also be the treatment for ovarian cancer on the chance that was the problem.

    What if the Doctor Is Wrong?

  • Annual basic gynecologic care, including PAP smears

    Adolescent Medicine

  • Menstrual and other gynecologic problems including polycystic ovary syndrome

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