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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgynaecologygy‧nae‧col‧o‧gy British English, gynecology American English /ˌɡaɪnəˈkɒlədʒi $ -ˈkɑː-/ noun [uncountable]  MIWOMANthe study and treatment of medical conditions and illnesses that affect only women, and usually relating to a woman’s ability to have babiesgynaecologist noun [countable]gynaecological /ˌɡaɪnəkəˈlɒdʒɪkəl◂ $ -ˈlɑː-/ adjective
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gynaecologyOf 225 new patients attending our adolescent gynaecology clinic in 1992,167 presented with menstrual disturbances.There is a dire need to encourage juniors into academic obstetrics and gynaecology.He's a medical student, doing an obstetrics and gynaecology elective at the District.Both gynaecology and obstetrics challenged traditional lines of demarcation between medicine and surgery.She was the daughter of John William Taylor, a professor of gynaecology in Birmingham.But he had forgotten much of the gynaecology he had studied three or four years ago.Why should the whims of Victorian gynaecology be relevant within a book which discusses the impurity of women in religion?
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