Therapie des Mammakarzinoms mit Augenmaß

Scharl A, Salterberg A

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Rationale naturheilkundliche Ansätze zur Behandlung der Primären Dysmenorrhoe

Karsten Münstedt

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Ultraniedrig dosierte Östrogen-Therapie transdermal: Gestagen-Intervalle überdenken

J.M. Wenderlein

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Ist die fötale Chirurgie bei Spina Bifida ein Königsweg? Grundsätzliche Aspekte und Zürcher Erfahrungen.

Martin Meuli und Ueli Möhrlen

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„Irgendwoher muss es doch kommen!“ - Psychosomatischer Umgang mit chronischen Unterleibsschmerzen

Claudia Schumann

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Transsexualität: Was beim Wunsch nach Geschlechtsumwandlung zu beachten ist

Prof. M. Breckwoldt, redigiert von Dr. H.U. Feldmann

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