A protocol book, not a reference text, Clinical Protocols in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology gives you easy access to essential information without having to wade through unnecessary facts to find what you need. The authors combine a complete review of the literature with their clinical experience and place it in a bulleted text format with photographs, figures, and algorithms, making information not only authoritative but easy to find and use.
The book contains diagnostic and treatment methodology for the most simple pediaric adolescent gynecology problems such as vulvovaginitis and labial adhesions; for common issues like menstrual disorders and contraception; and more complex disorders such as Turner syndrome and ambiguous genitalia and everything in between. Not just a review, it provides a basic handbook on how to assess problems quickly and efficiently, enabling the clinician to quickly develop and execute a management plan.
"It is long overdue to have a book of this quality and magnitude available for medical care providers and trainees….I firmly believe that this book will very quickly become the favorite of students, residents, and primary care providers everywhere for its ease of use and brief but useful content."
-Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology
"[This book provides] a comprehensive review of … common and rare pediatric adolescent gynecology problems typically encountered in both the ambulatory and surgical setting. The alphabetically-arranged, easy to follow handbook enables a clinician to make a quick and efficient assessment of these problems, and to determine and execute a management plan. … Information is laid out in bulleted text format with helpful photographs, figures and algorithms to assist both the student and practitioner."
- SciTech Booknews
Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding
EMLA use, Topical Anesthetic
Hemangioma of Vulva
High Risk Behaviors
Menstrasul Management of the Mentally Limited Patient
Oncology Patients and Gynecologic Issues
Ovarian /Adnexal Torsion
Ovarian Masses and Tumors
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Premature Ovarian Failure
Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder
Radiologic Imaging for Gynecologic Conditions
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Toxic Shock Syndrome
Urinary Tract Infection
Uterovaginal Agenesis/Androgen Insensitivity
Vaginal Bleeding in the Prepubertal Patient
Vaginal Tract Anomalies