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Uterine diseases

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Transvaginal (urogynaecological) surgical mesh hub | Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)

Update to Mesh Hub information following action by FDA

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Uterine Cancer - Just Diagnosed | Counterpart

Uterine Cancer - Just Diagnosed | Counterpart

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Uterine cancer - Better Health Channel

Uterine cancer is one of the most common gynaecological cancers.

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Uterine cancer | Cancer Council

What is uterine cancer? Find out about the symptoms, causes, treatment options and more. Get the facts from Cancer Council here

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Rare Cancers Australia - Uterine Cancer

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Prolapsed uterus - Better Health Channel

The pelvic floor and associated supporting ligaments can be weakened or damaged in many ways, causing uterine prolapse.

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Risk Factors for Endometrial Cancer on Vimeo

Endometrial cancer, also known as uterine cancer, is the most common gynaecological cancer and its incidence is rising. There are a number of known risk factors,

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Prolapsed uterus - myDr.com.au

A prolapsed uterus (uterine prolapse) is when the uterus (womb) drops down from its normal position. It may cause no symptoms but if troublesome can be treated with self-care measures, pessaries or surgery.

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Prolapse & Bladder Weakness | Jean Hailes

Uterine and vaginal prolapse. What is it and how is it treated? Learn about types of prolapses, what puts you at a greater risk and how to prevent them.

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What is Endometrial cancer? | Cancer Australia

Endometrial cancer is cancer that arises from the lining of the uterus (called the endometrium). It is the most common type of cancer of the uterus, and the most common gynaecological cancer diagnosed in Australian women. There is separate information about the other main type of cancer of the uterus, called uterine sarcoma. If you have been told you have ‘cancer of the

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