Surgical interventions for uterine prolapse and for vault prolapse : the two VUE RCTs
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Hemming , C , Constable , L , Goulao , B , Kilonzo , M , Boyers , D , Elders , A , Cooper , K , Smith , A , Freeman , R M , Breeman , S , McDonald , A , Hagen , S , Montgomery , I , Norrie , J & Glazener , C 2020 , ' Surgical interventions for uterine prolapse and for vault prolapse : the two VUE RCTs ' , Health Technology Assessment , vol. 24 , no. 13 , pp. 1-220 . https://doi.org/10.3310/hta24130
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