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Home > Research > Hysteromyoma

The clinical study on hysteromyoma treated with acupuncture

By Yan H; Wang J.

[The clinical study on hysteromyoma treated with acupuncture]

Chen Tzu Yen Chiu Acupuncture Research, 1994, 19(2):14-6.
Language: Chinese.
(uI: 95269336)
Pb type: Clinical Trial; Journal Article.

Abstract: Hysteromyoma is a very common disease among women and there is no specific therapy except for surgical operation. We have taken acupuncture to treat it and at the same time we used Chinese and western medicine treatments as a control. As a result, we find that acupuncture treatment is better than medicine treatment. The total effective rate is 98% and cure rate is 73%.

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