Postmenopausal bleeding of nonmalignant origin.

  • E J Bomze
  • Published 1954 in California medicine

Abstract

A study was made of the medical records of 102 patients hospitalized because of postmenopausal bleeding. Diagnostic procedures used included vaginal examination, Papanicolaou smears, curettage and cervical biopsy. The major associated pathological conditions (possibly etiological factors) in the series were chronic cervicitis, fibromyoma of the uterus… (More)

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