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PCOS in General Practice - Podcast

25 February 2021 - Medcast Medical Education Team

Dr Rowan Vickers talks to Dr Alison Vickers about the diagnosis and management of Polycystic Ovaries Syndrome (PCOS) in this interesting podcast:


I see ultrasounds coming back with lots of cysts on ovaries, but I’m really unsure as to whether this means they have PCOS, or whether it’s normal






If you’re a GP interested in getting the latest evidence and guidelines on Women’s Health you also might be interested in our Women’s Health in General Practice Series.  It’s not just for female GPs, it’s for all GPs.




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