From Obstetrics and Gynecology to Women's Health: The Road Ahead
This clinician's textbook examines the expanded role of obstetricians and gynaecologists in changing from organ healing and delivering babies to the comprehensive health care of the whole woman. It describes a multiple role for the obstetrician-gynaecologist as team leader in reproductive health, specialist in gynaecologic disease, primary health care provider and social advocate for women's health. It contains 22 chapters on these topics, covering the future of the professions of obstetrics and gynaecology in providing integrated and comprehensive health care for women.
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From obstetrics and gynecology to womens health
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