Calidad de Vida Global y Sexual en la Menopausia, Referencias


Calidad de Vida Global y Sexual en la Menopausia

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* Correspondencia: Profesor R. J. Baber, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Sydney Medical School North, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia; email: [email protected](c) 2016 Sociedad Internacional de Menopausia.
** Colaboradores de esta versión en español.



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