This article aims to orient clinicians with the most effective antiosteopenic agents currently in use. A discussion of patients' prior experiences with these drugs can aid physicians in choosing the most appropriate candidates for therapy--as well as in selecting the best methods of treatment.
Charles H. Chesnut III, MD
"The rate of the foetal heart is subject to considerable variations which affords us a fairly reliable means of judging as to the well-being of the child." This was excerpted from Dr. J. Whitridge Williams, in the second edition of Williams Obstetrics, in 1908.
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OBGYN.net Conference Coverage
From 55th Annual Meeting of ASRM held conjointly with CFAS
- Toronto, Ontario, Canada - September, 1999