Psychological aspects of women's health care: the interface between psychiatry and obstetrics and gynecology

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American Psychiatric Press, 1993 - Medical - 570 pages
Written by experts from the fields of both mental health and obstetrics and gynecology, this book examines the psychological aspects of women's health care, with special emphasis on reproductive issues. It covers topics such as infertility, pregnancy, the menstrual cycle, menopause, gynecologic oncology, women and AIDS, female sexual disorders, violence against women, and intercultural issues. This book will be an invaluable resource to physicians, psychologists, social workers, and nurse specialists working in women's health centers.

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The Interface Between Psychiatry and Obstetrics
Normal and Medically Complicated Pregnancies
Fetal Anomalies

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NADA LOGAN STOTLAND, M.D., consults with obstetricians and gynecologists through the Consultation Liaison Services of the Department of Psychiatry, Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Chicago.

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