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Letter to the Editor: Hysterectomy Versus Uterine Preservation at the Time of Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery

      We read with interest Wang and colleagues'
      • Wang R.
      • Tunitsky-Bitton E.
      • Ramaseshan A.S.
      Hysterectomy versus uterine preservation at the time of pelvic reconstructive surgery.
      recent article “Hysterectomy versus uterine preservation at the time of pelvic reconstructive surgery.” This study contributed to the growing field of publications exploring the outcomes after uterine preservation at the time of pelvic organ prolapse surgery.
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      References

        • Wang R.
        • Tunitsky-Bitton E.
        • Ramaseshan A.S.
        Hysterectomy versus uterine preservation at the time of pelvic reconstructive surgery.
        J Obstet Gynaecol Can. 2022; 44: 359-364
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