This groundbreaking volume offers a comprehensive examination of the diseases and conditions that can affect the uterine cervix, a vital structure that plays a key role in female reproductive health. Ostrom draws on a wealth of clinical experience and scientific research to provide a detailed overview of the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the cervix, as well as the latest approaches to diagnosis and treatment. The result is a valuable resource for medical professionals, students, and anyone interested in understanding the complex and essential role played by this often-overlooked organ.
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