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Coitally Related Traumatic Injury of the Female Genital Tract in a Nigerian Urban Setting: A-5 year review.

@article{OmoAghoja2009CoitallyRT,
  title={Coitally Related Traumatic Injury of the Female Genital Tract in a Nigerian Urban Setting: A-5 year review.},
  author={L. O. Omo-Aghoja and Ochuko Ovbagbedia and P. A. Feyi-waboso and Friday E. Okonofua},
  journal={The Nigerian postgraduate medical journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={
          59-63
        }
}
BACKGROUND Available evidence suggests that most female lower genital tract injuries are primarily of coital origin and may result in death where prompt diagnosis and treatment is not obtained. Yet there is paucity of recent reports on this clinical entity from our setting. METHODS This was a retrospective study of the service delivery records of patients with coital trauma seen at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital over 5 years. RESULTS The incidence of coital trauma was 0.7% of the… 
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