Francis Byrn

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BACKGROUND Uterine anomalies are frequently diagnosed in reproductive-aged women and are generally considered a contraindication to the use of intrauterine contraception. We elected to offer this method to a woman with uterus didelphys and a poorly controlled seizure disorder who wished to avoid hormonal and barrier contraceptives. CASE A 17-year-old(More)
OBJECTIVE To review and compare the treatments for ectopic pregnancy in a university setting serving an indigent population. STUDY DESIGN Charts assigned an ICD-9 code for ectopic pregnancy from January 1, 1993, through December 31, 1998, were reviewed for presenting symptoms, hCG levels, ultrasound findings, treatment modality and need for subsequent(More)
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