Hyaluronic acid gel improves pregnancy outcomes after repeated dilatation and curettage


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VOLUME 114, ISSUE 3, P511


Maija Jakobsson, M.D.


Reflections on " Pregnancy and neonatal outcomes up to 42 months following application of hyaluronic acid gel after dilatation and curettage for miscarriage in women who have experienced at least one previous curettage; follow-up of a randomized controlled trail" by Hooker et al.

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