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Efectos de la anticoncepción hormonal con etinilestradiol/drospirenona y de un dispositivo intrauterino sobre las medidas antropométricas en mujeres en edad reproductiva

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Efectos de la anticoncepción hormonal con etinilestradiol/drospirenona y de un dispositivo intrauterino sobre las medidas antropométricas en mujeres en edad reproductiva
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