Pathological Amenorrhœa from Other Than Constitutional Causes, with Illustrative Cases

@inproceedings{Haultain2017PathologicalAF,
  title={Pathological Amenorrhœa from Other Than Constitutional Causes, with Illustrative Cases},
  author={Francis Nicol Haultain},
  booktitle={Transactions. Edinburgh Obstetrical Society},
  year={2017}
}
From a general point of view it may be classified as of two types, primitive and acquired; and from a physiological aspect each may be considered as due to?(1) Atresia of the canals ; (2) uterine conditions; (3) ovarian conditions. Under the first heading of atresia we may have the block to the exit of the menstrual fluid, situated either in the cervix… CONTINUE READING