Female Reproductive Health
Nikolai Manassiev, Malcolm I. Whitehead
Taylor & Francis, Oct 27, 2003 - Medical - 204 pages
When looking for a book on female reproductive health, you may find weighty tomes of 800 pages or more devoted to a single topic, for example: contraception, infertility, or menopause. Or you may find a general gynecology book that covers reproductive gynecology, but not in depth. Some books may be too theoretical and others too basic. You may find a piece of what you need in every book, but not everything you need in a single book. Until now.
Female Reproductive Health provides a careful blend of basic science and clinical information. The authors answer everyday practical questions arising out of everyday practical issues. The book covers the entire range of reproductive health from anatomy and physiology, to sexually transmitted diseases, to hormone replacement therapy, to breast conditions, to sexual function and dysfunction. It contains tables that supply the statistics doctors need on risks/benefits, incidence/prevalence, success rates for assisted reproduction, and more.
As an ob/gyn student, resident, or busy family doctor, you don't have time to search through several different books for information. Written by a practitioner for fellow practitioners, the book gives you hands-on advice that you can apply immediately. Female Reproductive Health makes it easy to find the information you need when you need it.
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