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Dr. Tam - New Research Paper Published in The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology,

Dr. Teresa Tam's latest research paper entitled, "Angular Pregnancy in an Arcuate Uterus: Hysteroscopic Management of Retained Products of Conception (RPOC)" was accepted for publication in the internationally recognized medical journal, The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology, or, simply "JMIG".

The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology, formerly titled, "The Journal of the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists", is an international clinical forum for the exchange and dissemination of ideas, findings and techniques relevant to gynecologic endoscopy and other minimally invasive procedures.

The Journal, which presents research, clinical opinions and case reports from the brightest minds in gynecologic surgery, is an authoritative source informing practicing physicians of the latest, cutting-edge developments occurring in this emerging field.

JMIG's focus is on the latest developments in minimallly invasive surgery and endoscopy in the field of gynecology, which is the specialty of Dr. Tam. She has written a number of medical research papers across many major medical publications. This, her latest paper, encompasses the management and hystreroscopic removal of retained products of conception in angular pregnacy in an Arcuate Uterus.

The paper will be published in an upcoming issue of JMIG. Full details will be posted here as soon as that issue is released.

Rick Hicaro Practice Manager

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