A prospective study of the short-term outcomes of hysterectomy with and without oophorectomy.

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OBJECTIVE To determine the symptom profile and satisfaction rate for women undergoing hysterectomy with and without oophorectomy STUDY DESIGN Women under 46 years of age who underwent hysterectomy with (n = 266) and without oophorectomy (n = 57) were followed for six months. RESULTS Satisfaction was high at six months. In-hospital complication rates… (More)

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@article{Farquhar2002APS, title={A prospective study of the short-term outcomes of hysterectomy with and without oophorectomy.}, author={Cynthia Margaret Farquhar and Laurie S Sadler and S. Harvey and J. McDougall and Golnaz Eftekhari Yazdi and K Meuli}, journal={The Australian & New Zealand journal of obstetrics & gynaecology}, year={2002}, volume={42 2}, pages={197-204} }