Is hyaluronic acid really ineffective?

Reflections

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Volume 110, Issue 7, Pages 1253–1254

Authors:

Xavier Santamaria, M.D., Ph.D.

Abstract:

Reflections on "Reproductive performance after the application of hyaluronic acid gel after dilatation and curettage in women who have experienced at least one previous curettage: long-term results of a multicenter prospective randomized trial" by Hooker et al.


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