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Measure: Removal of Female Reproductive Organs   #100500

Definition:

Questions to assess whether the participant has had a hysterectomy or has had her ovaries removed.

Purpose:

The purpose of these questions is to assess the occurrence of hysterectomies with or without ovary removal. This measure identifies the impact of surgery on a woman’s hormonal system and will be important in any gene/environmental studies of hormones or hormonal-related diseases.

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