Office Gynecology: Advanced Management Concepts
John V. Knaus, John H. Isaacs
Springer New York, Aug 26, 1993 - Science - 326 pages
As office technology has exploded and decision-making become increasingly complex, physicians are faced with an endless list of treatment options for commonly presenting gynecologic disorders. This new book reviews all state-of-the-art tools of diagnosis, investigation, and management to provide an invaluable guide for the office practitioner. From endocrine disorders to breast disease, from preventive measures for osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease to management of an abnormal pap smear, from the use of ultrasonography and minimally invasive diagnostic procedures to high-level endocrine manipulation, office-based physicians are expected to be knowledgeable in all areas. This book leads the way. For gynecologists and residents, here is a solid-foundation and ready reference source, enhanced by more than 60 detailed illustrations.
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