Pinpointing abdominal pain

Young, Stephanie
September 1993
Glamour;Sep93, Vol. 91 Issue 9, p52
Presents a way to pinpoint abdominal pain in terms of abdominal quadrants. Difficulty in tracing sources of pain; Possible sources of pain determined by quadrant location.


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