Current Care of Women: Diagnosis & Treatment

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Dawn P. Lemcke
McGraw Hill Professional, 2004 - Medical - 660 pages
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A practical, up-to-date, multidisciplinary source of information on the care of women in a primary care setting. More than sixty contributors provide clinically relevant information on diseases and disorders unique to women. The book addresses general topics affecting women’s health such as prevention, health care access, communication styles, and cultural and racial issues. Following the popular Lange CURRENT format, this comprehensive text features superbly organized rapidly accessible information.

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GENERAL ISSUES
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Sexual Abuse
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Medicolegal Issues
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