Ambulatory Hysteroscopy: Diagnosis and Treatment

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Bruno van Herendael, Rafael F. Valle, Stefano Bettocchi
Bladon Medical Pub., Jan 1, 2004 - Medical - 241 pages
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Just as hysteroscopy has become an essential part of modern gynecologic practice, outpatient procedures in gynecology and gynaecologic surgery with all of the associated benefits to both patient and practice, have increased dramatically in recent years.

Ambulatory Hysteroscopy is, first and foremost, a highly practical and rounded manual for the beginner and an essential reference for the experienced practitioner. From a global perspective, this new text addresses all of the practical, diagnostic, operative, administrative, teambuilding, and training issues associated with practicing ambulatory hysteroscopy.

Ambulatory Hysteroscopy captures the knowledge and experience of those who have pioneered and refined outpatient procedures. The text is concise, clear, hugely informative and beautifully illustrated. This text is easy to read and easy to use!

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Contents

DIAGNOSTIC TESTS AND TECHNIQUES
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DIAGNOSTICTESTS AND TECHNIQUES
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Sonography and sonohysterography in outpatient gynecological practice
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