Abortion: Medical Progress and Social Implications

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 14, 2009 - Medical - 192 pages
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Contents

medical progress and social implications Introduction
1
medical progress and social implications Legal abortion in England and Wales
4
medical progress and social implications Abortion services in Slovenia
21
medical progress and social implications Provision of abortion services in the United States
26
medical progress and social implications General discussion 1 Abortion law and abortion services in Japan and other countries
32
medical progress and social implications Mortality due to abortion at Kenyatta National Hospital 19741983
41
medical progress and social implications Abortion in Thailand and Sweden health services and shortterm consequences
54
medical progress and social implications Sequelae of induced abortion
67
medical progress and social implications The effects of abortion on a marriage
165
medical progress and social implications Menstrual induction surgery versus pro staglandins
178
medical progress and social implications Contragestion by antiprogestin a new approach to human fertility control
192
medical progress and social implications Legal abortion limits and contributions to human life
211
medical progress and social implications Viability and the moral status of the fetus
228
medical progress and social implications Politics and abortion
244
medical progress and social implications Final general discussion Providing effective abortion services
256
medical progress and social implications Effects on society of changes in abortion laws
257

medical progress and social implications The comparative safety of secondtrimester abortion methods
83
medical progress and social implications Some aspects of late abortion for congenital abnormality
102
medical progress and social implications General discussion 2 Ethical aspects of abortion
115
medical progress and social implications Liveborn infants of 24 to 28 weeks gestation survival and sequelae at two years of age
122
medical progress and social implications Followup study of children born to women denied abortion
136
medical progress and social implications Postabortion and postpartum psychiatric hospitalization
150
medical progress and social implications Contragestion
261
medical progress and social implications Medical progress and the social implications of abortion summingup
263
medical progress and social implications Biographies of contributors
269
medical progress and social implications Index of contributors
275
medical progress and social implications Subject index
277
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