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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Any physician involved in primary care will encounter patients with menstrual dysfunction. Mismanagement of this disorder is not usually the result of its complexity but rather the lack of an orderly approach. In unusual circumstances one may encounter a patient with a menstrual disorder of sufficient complexity to require referral. This decision should be based on a work-up indicating such a need rather than frustration after unsuccessful empiric therapeutic trials.
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