Gynaecology E-Book: Expert Consult: Online and Print
Elsevier Health Sciences, Oct 1, 2010 - Medical - 1088 pages
Long recognized as the standard general reference work providing a complete overview of contemporary gynaecological practice, this new edition of Shaw, Gynaecology provides all the information that trainees need to master in order to successfully take their professional certification exams as well as providingthe practicing gynaecologist with an accessible overview of the "state of play" of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Totally rewritten, it gives a succinct but comprehensive account of all currently available resources in the management of gynaecological disorders.
Comprehensive overview of contemporary gynaecological practice with a clinically focused approach. It covers all of the areas that a gynaecologist covers on a day-to-day basis and helps in the formulation and implementation of the most effective treatment.
Details the use of various imaging modalities and investigative techniques as they relate to specific diseases in order to provide a solid foundation for clinical practice.
User-friendly features such as chapter outlines, summary tables, key point boxes incorporated throughout.Provides quick access to the most necessary information for practitioners needing a quick consult or trainees preparing for exams.
Copiously illustrations clarify and enhance the text whenever appropriate.
Highly selective and current list of references quickly directs the reader to further investigations.
New full colour illustrations incorporated throughout to accurately depict the full range of both common and rare disorders.
Details up-to-date investigative and minimally invasive therapeutic techniques to keep the user abreast of the latest diagnostic and management options.
Enhanced emphasis on surgical outcomes to help the user select the most appropriate procedure for any given patient.
Two brand new editors and many brand new contributors provide a fresh perspectives on gynaecological oncology, reproductive and urogynaecological conditions.
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Diathermy and lasers
Principles of surgery and management of intraoperative complications
Novel therapies in gynaecological cancer
Premalignant disease of the genital tract
Cancer of the uterine cervix
Benign disease of the vulva and the vagina
Malignant disease of the vulva and vagina
Malignant disease of the uterus
Gestational trophoblastic tumours
Benign tumours of the ovary
Biosynthesis of steroid hormones
Principles and new developments in molecular biology
Disorders of puberty
Control of hypothalamicpituitaryovarian function
Amenorrhoea oligomenorrhoea and hypothalamicpituitary dysfunction
Polycystic ovary syndrome
Fertilization to implantation
Disorders and investigation of female reproduction
Disorders of male reproduction
Assisted reproduction treatments
Sporadic and recurrent miscarriage
Hirsutism and virilization
Menstruation and menstrual disorders
Epidemiology of gynaecological cancer
The genetics and molecular biology of gynaecological cancer
Principles of radiotherapy and chemotherapy
Carcinoma of the ovary and fallopian tube
Benign disease of the breast
Malignant disease of the breast
Supportive care for gynaecological cancer patients
Classification of urogynaecological disorders
The mechanism of continence
Urethral sphincter incompetence
The overactive bladder syndrome
Pelvic organ prolapse
Frequency urgency and the painful bladder
Urinary tract infection
Lower intestinal tract disease
Sexual dysfunction in urogynaecology
Chronic pelvic pain
Pelvic inflammatory disease
NonHIV sexually transmitted infections
Human immunodeficiency syndrome
Violence against women
Lesbian and bisexual womens health issues
Evidencebased care in gynaecology
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