Aids to Obstetrics and Gynaecology: For MRCOG
This is a synoptic text ideal for exam preparation covering what is required for both parts of the MRCOG examination. This edition has been thoroughly revised and updated with increased use of diagrams. Main areas of change include minimally invasive surgery, fetal medicine, genetics, hypertension in pregnancy sub-fertility, and AIDS.
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