Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 16th, 1998
The study was published in the November 4, 1998, issue of the Journal of American Medical Association.
The test, called an endovaginal ultrasound (EVUS), uses an ultrasound probe placed directly into the vagina to obtain a measurement of the uterine lining and detailed images of the uterus. Researchers found that EVUS was able to identify 96 percent of uterine cancer and 92 percent of uterine disease in post-menopausal women who experience...
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