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Hydrodissection in the removal of deeply located etonogestrel implants
  1. Kenneth Menon
  1. General Practice, The Ongar Health Centre, Ongar CM5 0AL, Essex, UK; kenmenon@aol.com
  1. Correspondence to Dr Kenneth Menon, The Ongar Health Centre, Ongar CM5 0AL, UK; kenmenon{at}aol.com

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The paper by Pillai1 on the use of hydrodissection in the removal of deep-seated implants is interesting. The risks of deep placement of Nexplanon are clear in this paper. Additionally such placement may contribute to migration of the …

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  • Competing interests None declared.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; internally peer reviewed.

  • Patient consent for publication Not required.

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