Pocket Essentials of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
This is another addition to the Kumar Clark family of information for medical students and doctors. It is a PDA version of another important volume in the "Pocket Essentials" series, covering normal and abnormal labour, problems and diseases of gynaecology, and emergencies. It is an ideal revision aid for students and a portable and convenient mini textbook - in PDA form - for medical students, house officers and trainees.
- 138.68 x 191.52 x 14.73mm | 167.83g
- 01 Oct 2005
- Elsevier Health Sciences
- W B Saunders Co Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 40 ills.
Table of contents
SECTION 1: HISTORY TAKING AND EXAMINATION 1. Gynaecology history taking. 2. Gynaecology examination. 3. Obstetric history taking. 4. Obstetric examination. SECTION 2: GYNAECOLOGY Chapter 5 - The menstrual cycle, menstrual disorder, polycystic ovarian syndrome, infertility, ovarian failure, menopause. Chapter 6 - Pelvin pain, endometriosis and minimal access surgery. Chapter 7 - The benign conditions of the female genital tract, congenital abnormalities of female genital tract and malignant conditions of the female genital tract. Chapter 8 - Anatomy of the pelvic floor, physiology of micturition, utero-vaginal prolapse and urinary incontinence. Chapter 9 - Sexual Health, including family planning, psychosexual medicine and sexually-transmitted diseases. Chapter 10 - Bleeding in early pregnancy. SECTION 3: OBSTETRICS Chapter 11 - Prepregnancy, counselling and prenatal diagnosis and antenatal care. Chapter 12 - Physiology of pregnancy, minor disorders of pregnancy, hypertensive disorders, infections in pregnancy, and maternal systemic disorders. Chapter 13 - Multiple pregnancy, breech and abnormal presentations. Chapter 14 - Labour, operative obstetrics and obstetric analgesia and anaesthesia. Chapter 15 - The Puerperium. Chapter 16 - Neonatal medicine. SECTION 4: Chapter 17 - Emergencies and practical procedures. Appendices: Final examination questions Definitions and normal values