Endometrial polyps. Is preventive treatment necessary?
Keywords:endometrial polyp, gestagens, anti-recurrence treatment
AbstractThe article presents the results of the preventive treatment of endometrial polyps in women of reproductive age. Substantiates the necessity of the combined regimen of endometrial polyps in this group of patients with phytocomplex TazalokTM.
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