Clinical Gynaecology

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Juta and Company Ltd, 2007 - Medical - 686 pages
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Presenting the basis for gynecological studies in South Africa, this comprehensive examination, compiled by 32 leaders in the field, describes the history and basics of gynecology—including genetics, embryology, anatomy, physiology, and cytology bioethics. Incorporating information on the latest diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, HIV/AIDS, abuse and violence against women, and access to gynecological data via electronic media, this third edition includes eight new chapters, a DVD that shows live techniques and procedures, and a quick-reference guide summarizing the salient points of each chapter. An invaluable resource for undergraduates, postgraduate students, and practicing physicians, the topics covered in this authoritative handbook apply not only to sub-Saharan Africa but to any developing community.

 

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Contents

SECTION
1
Historytaking and Gynaecological Examination ALA Manthata A E Schaetzing
12
An emotional
28
Treatment Modalities in Assisted Reproduction ML Windt C F Hoogendijk
31
Anatomy JTNel
39
Embryology HS Cronjé
61
The Normal Menstrual Cycle GA B Buga
73
Genetics G de Jong 5 Gebhardt
85
Menopause E W WSonnendecker
332
Hormonal Therapy DRSlabbert
353
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome TI Siebert TF Kruger
378
Endometriosis and Adenomyosis J P van der Merwe TF Kruger D Botha
390
Contraception PS Steyn
405
SECTION 5
427
Genital Prolapse G Rienhardt
447
Gynaecological Fistulae JA van Rensburg
457

Diseases of the Vagina B G Lindeque
99
Infections of the Genital Tract P Roos A E Schaetzing
117
Antibiotic Therapy in Gynaecology DJ Botha
143
Benign Conditions of the Cervix AE Schaetzing H A Sandenbergh
159
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease F Paruk
166
Ectopic Pregnancy DSlabbert
177
Miscarriage RCPattinson LCSnyman
188
Leiomyomata of the Uterus TI Siebert M Marivate
201
Dysmenorrhoea 5 Monokwane
211
Pelvic Pain D Hall
219
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding JS Bagratee
226
Premenstrual Tension 5 Nosarka EWWSonnendecker
234
Evidencebased Gynaecology DWSteyn
247
Breast Health JApffelstaedt TJ de Villiers
256
Normal Sexual Development Congenital Abnormalities of the Genital Tract
273
Puberty TF Kruger E Ngoga
286
Amenorrhoea Oligomenorrhoea Galactorrhoea Z M van der Spuy
294
Hyperandrogenism ZM van der Spuy
310
Female Infertility JPvan der Merwe
317
Male Infertility TF Kruger
326
SECTION 6
465
Oncogenesis G Dreyer
478
Carcinoma of the Cervix B G Lindeque
485
Postmenopausal Bleeding FH van der Merwe
498
Malignancies of the Uterine Corpus GC du Toit
505
Ovarian Tumours B G Lindeque
512
Carcinoma of the Fallopian Tube Primary Peritoneal Carcinoma
527
Gestational Trophoblastic Disease GTD M Moodley
535
Special Treatment in Gynaecology HS Cronje
545
Gynaecological Operations B G Lindeque
553
Preoperative Care M H Botha
564
Endoscopic Surgery J P van der Merwe TF Kruger D Botha
575
Ultrasound in Gynaecology K Norman E Coetzee D McCormack
588
SECTION 8
601
Domestic Violence J Markram MS Pretorius
616
Sexual Dysfunction M Pienaar K E Sapire
625
Bioethics in Gynaecology KMoodley
638
Litigation in Gynaecology G W E Rösemann
648
Management of Gynaecology Patients at the Appropriate Level of Care
659
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About the author (2007)

TF Kruger is the chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the head of the Reproductive Biology Unit at Stellenbosch University, Tygerberg, South Africa. MH Botha is a registered gynecological oncologist and the head of the Unit for Gynecological Oncology at Stellenbosch University.

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