Reoperative Gynecologic and Obstetric Surgery
David H. Nichols
Mosby, 1997 - Medical - 435 pages
Appropriate diagnostic procedures, analysis of indications in timing, and the best surgical approaches to management are covered in this book. Numerous illustrations are used to clarify reoperative procedures. Six new chapters cover complications of laparoscopic surgery, the ruptured perineum, postobstetric genital fistual, and more.
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