Estrogens and progestogens in clinical practice
Churchill Livingstone, 1998 - Medical - 909 pages
This book provides a comprehensive approach to an understanding of all clinical conditions where estrogens and progestogens are involved. It encompasses the underlying science of chemistry, physiology, biochemistry and pharmacology. There is a broad but detailed perspective on the clinical use of estrogens and progestogens in therapy, contraception and hormone replacement therapy. An international line up of contributors provide an up-to-date world view on this subject.
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