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BORONOW RICHARD C. MD
Obstetrics & Gynecology: November 1970
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In spite of the apparent value of pelvic arteriography as an adjunct in the initial diagnosis of malignant trophoblastic disease, there appears to be reason for using particular caution in interpreting arteriograms after chemotherapy. A case report demonstrating this point is presented, and the available literature is summarized.

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