Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 18th, 2000
E.M. Caoili and associates at the University of Michigan conducted the study. Two radiologists were asked to examine 222 sonograms of patients who were definitively diagnosed with various uterine disorders. The radiologists were unaware of the patients' diagnoses when they read the sonographic images.
"Each mass was analyzed for the presence of three or more recurrent refractory shadows, each of which did not arise from an echogenic lead point. After all...
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