Core Textbook of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Mosby, 1998 - Medical - 594 pages
This book is designed around the APGO learning objectives for all students in an Ob/Gyn clerkship, regardless of their choice of medical subspecialities. It tells students what they need to know at every stage of the Ob/Gyn clerkship. Each chapter opens with the APGO learning objectives, then discusses pathogenesis, symptoms, signs, laboratory/diagnostic studies, management, important points, references, and self assessment
Fully integrates the APGO objectives into the material. Key terms are bolded so students can review their definitions in the glossary. Tables, boxes, and illustrations summarize important information. Contains a timely chapter on Preventive Care and Health Maintenance.
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