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Fig. 1a–b | Gynecological Surgery

Fig. 1a–b

From: Thermal endometrial ablation in dysfunctional uterine bleeding: an economic comparison of bipolar ablation and balloon ablation

Fig. 1a–b

Cost-effectiveness of the evaluated strategies (in terms of amenorrhoea, a, and satisfaction, b), together with the cost-effectiveness of hysterectomy and a levonorgestrel-releasing device. Data on the two latter treatments were obtained from Hurskainen et al [14]. Bipolar B group consist of patients who were randomised after the failure with the NovaSure generator had been corrected

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