Female Reproductive System
A practical guide to the histopathology of the female genital tract. It concentrates on gynaecological pathology rather than obstetrical pathology, but it does include coverage of the pathology of early pregnancy, trophoblastic tumours and placental pathology.
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The vulva excluding epithelial diseases
The cervix excluding cancer
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