Current opinion| Volume 58, ISSUE 3, P316-318, November 20, 2007

Non-malignant thoracic pathologies of the women of reproductive age

Can we suggest to collect them under the same heading?
Published:September 12, 2007DOI:


      The reproductive age covers approximately 1/3 of a woman's life and have many hormone-related problems causing many admissions to gynecology clinics. Beside these pathologies, there are also some respiratory system related diseases making women to admit pulmonology clinics. In this article, we want to focus attention of gynecologists, chest physicians, thoracic surgeons and primary care physicians to these pathologies which could be collected under the same heading “Non-malignant thoracic pathologies of the women of reproductive age”.


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