A Manual of Clinical Colposcopy

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Taylor & Francis, Mar 15, 1998 - Medical - 212 pages
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This is an extensive and detailed manual of colposcopy, extensively colour illustrated, covering all the basic information needed by the practitioner along with the essential background and theory required for the clinical practice of colposcopy today. The book supports the strong interactions and inter- dependence required between the patient, caregiver, cytologist, and pathologist by including chapters on patient management and follow-up, cytology, examination, and pathology, including a special chapter on colposcopy in the sexually abused child. The book's lavish colour production includes nearly 150 figures, many specially commissioned for this manual, accompanied by detailed and informative legends.

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