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Gynecology (also spelled gynaecology) is the part of medicine that deals with the female reproductive system (vagina, uterus, ovaries) and breasts. Outside medicine, it means "the science of women."

Women have started to outnumber men in the study and practice of gynecology.[1]

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  1. Lewin, Tamar (7 February 2001). "Women's Health is No Longer a Man's World". The New York Times. Retrieved Mar 3, 2016.