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X-ray therapy in the management of primary and secondary infertility and sequential abortion

X-ray therapy in the management of primary and secondary infertility and sequential abortion

Internatl Jour Fertility 3(1): 164-173

The results of the use of low-dosage X-ray therapy as an aid in 168 dysfunctional infertility cases are described. Low-dosage X-ray therapy resulted in 79% of the patients achieving pregnancy and 70% delivered full-term normal children.

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