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CAPITANIO, GIAN LUIGI MD

Computerized Colposcopy: Results of a Pilot Study and Analysis of Its Clinical Relevance.

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CAPUZZO, EZIO MD

Torulopsis glabrata Vaginitis.

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CARMINA, ENRICO MD

Reassessment of Adrenal Androgen Secretion in Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.

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CAULFIELD, LAURA E. PhD

Influence of Maternal Anthropometric Status and Birth Weight on the Risk of Cesarean Delivery.

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CHANG, LILLY MD

Reassessment of Adrenal Androgen Secretion in Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.

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CHAUHAN, SUNEET P. MD

Amniotic Fluid Volume of Third-Trimester Diamniotic Twin Pregnancies.

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Chez, Ronald A. MD

ACUTE GRIEF AND MOURNING: ONE OBSTETRICIAN'S EXPERIENCE.

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CLIVER, SUZANNE P. BA

Prenatal Weight Gain Patterns and Spontaneous Preterm Birth Among Nonobese Black and White Women.

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LOW-DOSE ASPIRIN: LACK OF ASSOCIATION WITH AN INCREASE IN ABRUPTIO PLACENTAE OR PERINATAL MORTALITY.

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CRISTOFORONI, PAOLO M. MD

Computerized Colposcopy: Results of a Pilot Study and Analysis of Its Clinical Relevance.

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CRITSER, ELIZABETH S. PhD, MBA

Growth of Mouse Pups Derived From Biopsied Blastocysts.

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Cutter, Gary R. PhD

LOW-DOSE ASPIRIN: LACK OF ASSOCIATION WITH AN INCREASE IN ABRUPTIO PLACENTAE OR PERINATAL MORTALITY.

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