The Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast: Common GP presentations in young girlsPublished: 15th December 2020
A subject with sometimes patchy teaching throughout training, in this current episode of the Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast, Lisa and Sara spoke to Dr Uma Marthi (GP with a Special Interest in Gynaecology) to discuss some common gynae presentations in young girls up to teenage years. She takes us through her approach to vaginal bleeding in neonates, vaginal itch in toddlers, breast development and vaginal discharge in teenagers.
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