Gynaecology Illustrated

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011 - Medical - 414 pages
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This is a visual presentation of Gynaecology aimed at undergraduate medical students. The highly effective format is ideal for examination preparation. Each page covers one topic with concise text and associated diagrams. Previously under the authorship of Hart and Norman, the new author has comprehensively revised the sixth edition of this very popular student text. The titles in the illustrated series are valued by students because of their visual presentation of information and are particularly effective for examination preparations. For the more traditional courses this book will fulfil the role of a course text; for problem-based courses it will be an excellent resource for problem-solving exercises.

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Ronald Kevin Burtonhas been around software development for almost 20 years. He has worked with small and efficient real-time executive programs for controlling the flow of communications data in a communications system. He participated in a team to build critical flight-control software, and has worked on Cyber, Unix, VAX/VMS, OS/9, VxWorks, Windows NT, and Windows 2000 systems. Kevin built complex real-time systems that analyzed images and provided feedback to the user, as well as custom software to augment the operation of an electron microscope. Currently, Kevin is working on building cutting edge systems to automate the production and distribution of news broadcasts. He sees the .NET Framework as the next evolution of software development and is excited about being part of that movement. Kevin can be reached at

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