Sterilisation failure

Hughes, Graeme J.
November 1977
British Medical Journal;11/19/1977, Vol. 2 Issue 6098, p1337
Academic Journal
Focuses on the failure of sterilization as birth control in Aberdeen, Scotland. Comparison on the pregnancy rate between laparoscopic and non-laparoscopic sterilization; Surgical difficulties in the termination of pregnancy; Consideration on the rate of ectopic pregnancy.


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