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Endometrial hyperplasia is a very frequent pathology during menopause and involves the risk of the malignant transformation of lesions and the onset of anemia due to concomitant clinical phenomena. Standard medical treatments often involve major collateral effects which impede their long-term use. In an attempt to avoid radical surgery for many women or the(More)
We describe a case of Crohn's disease which came up before pregnancy and which is responsible of an acute abdomen picture caused by intestinal reacutation and perforation to the 38th week of amenorrhea. The relations between the disease and the pregnancy state are analyzed from the clinical, diagnostic and therapeutical aspect.
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