Atlas of endometrial histopathology
This new edition differs from the preceding one in that there has been extensive revision of most chapters. The prime purpose of this atlas is to help the pathologist to find, classify, and differentially diagnose the changes seen. The text provides a description of the pathology of the diseases, summarizes and differentiates the causes, and explains the clinical importance of the condition and how to treat it, emphasising the importance of a constant mutual cooperation with the attending gynecologist.
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Physiologic Variations in the Climacterium
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