Nita A Desai

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Pudendal neuralgia is a painful, neuropathic condition involving the dermatome of the pudendal nerve. This condition is not widely known and often unrecognized by many practitioners. The International Pudendal Neuropathy Association (tipna.org) estimates the incidence of this condition to be 1/100,000; however, most practitioners treating patients with this(More)
BACKGROUND When tubal ligations cannot be performed because of dense postoperative adhesions, options for female sterilization are very limited. As the incidence of cesarean delivery rises and the occurrence of peritubal adhesions increases, tubal ligation using abdominal or laparoscopic surgery may become increasingly technically difficult. Hysteroscopic(More)
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