Extrauterine pregnancy: clinical diagnosis and management
Extrauterine pregnancy is still one of the leading causes of maternal morbidity & mortality. This book covers the latest modalities in the diagnosis, treatment & management of ectopic pregnancy. Topics covered include clinical presentation, hormonal markers in the diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy, use of transabdominal & transvaginal ultrasound, laparotomy operative techniques, laparoscopic management of ectopic pregnancy, & medical management of ectopic pregnancy.
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Anatomy Embryology and Physiology
Incidence Epidemiology Risk Factors
Gross Pathology and Microscopic
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