Diagnosis and Clinical Care of Women With Chronic Pelvic Pain
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Chronic pelvic pain is a challenging condition that affects an estimated 26% of the world’s female population. JAMA Associate Editor Linda Brubaker, MD, and Georgine Lamvu, MD, of the University of Central Florida, discuss recommendations from consensus guidelines intended to improve the care of women with chronic pelvic pain and to facilitate positive clinical experiences for them. Related Articles: Chronic Pelvic Pain in Women I Have Chronic Pelvic Pain: What Should I Know?
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