This is a visual presentation of gynaecology aimed at undergraduate medical students. The highly effective format is ideal for examination preparation - each page covers one topic with a concise text and associated diagrams. The titles in the illustrated series are valued by students because of their visual presentation of information and are particularly effective for exam preparation. For the more traditional courses, this book will fulfill the role of the course text; for problem-based courses it will be an excellent resource for problem solving exercises.
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Development of the ovary
Development of male external genitalia
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abdominal abnormal abortion adhesions amenorrhoea androgen artery bladder bleeding blood breast broad ligament cause cavity cell tumour cervical cervix chemotherapy chromosomes Clinical features coitus commonest condition curettage cyst cystocele detrusor develop diagnosis disease dose drugs duct dyspareunia ectopic pregnancy effective embolism endometrial carcinoma endometriosis endometrium epithelial epithelium examination factors fallopian tubes female fibroid fistula follicles genital glands gonadotrophin growth gynaecologist haemorrhage histological hormone hyperplasia hysterectomy iliac implantation increase infection infertility laparoscopy lesions male malignant menopause menstrual metastases Mifepristone mole muscle nodes normal occur oestradiol oestrogen operation oral contraceptive ovarian cancer ovarian tumour ovary ovulation ovum pain palpated patient pelvic peritoneal peritoneum pessary pituitary posterior Pouch of Douglas pressure progesterone progestogen prognosis prolapse radiotherapy recurrence risk rupture sexual sperm sphincter Stage stress incontinence stroma surgery surgical sutures symptoms syndrome therapy tissue treatment tubal ultrasound ureter urethra urinary urine urogenital usually uterine uterus vaginal wall vessels vulva women