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V.L. Tiutiunnik

Nauchnyĭ tsentr akusherstva, ginekologii i perinatologii im. akad. V.I. Kulakova, Moskva

T.V. Kirsanova

Nauchnyĭ tsentr akusherstva, ginekologii i perinatologii im. akad. V.I. Kulakova, Moskva

O.I. Mikhaĭlova

Nauchnyĭ tsentr akusherstva, ginekologii i perinatologii im. akad. V.I. Kulakova, Moskva

Hemorrhoids in obstetric practice: etiology, pathogenesis, clinical picture, and treatment

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V.L. Tiutiunnik, T.V. Kirsanova, O.I. Mikhaĭlova

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To cite this article:

Tiutiunnik VL, Kirsanova TV, Mikhaĭlova OI. Hemorrhoids in obstetric practice: etiology, pathogenesis, clinical picture, and treatment. Russian Bulletin of Obstetrician-Gynecologist. 2012;12(4):88‑92. (In Russ.)

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