Gynaecology by Ten Teachers, 20th Edition and Obstetrics by Ten Teachers, 20th Edition Value Pak
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First published in 1919 as 'Diseases of Women', Gynaecology by Ten Teachers is well established as a concise, yet comprehensive, guide within its field. The twentieth edition has been thoroughly updated by a new team of 'teachers', integrating clinical material with the latest scientific developments that underpin patient care. Each chapter is highly structured, with learning objectives, definitions, aetiology, clinical features, investigations, treatments, case histories and key point summaries and additional reading where appropriate. New themes for this edition include 'professionalism' and 'global health' and information specific to both areas is threaded throughout the text. Along with its companion Obstetrics by Ten Teachers, the books will continue to provide an accessible 'one stop shop' in obstetrics and gynaecology for a new generation of doctors.
Table of Contents
Gynaecological History and Examination, and Imaging Anatomy. Embryology and Sex Determination. Puberty and Control of the Menstrual Cycle. Reproductive Endocrinology. Implantation and Early Pregnancy. Contraception. Subfertility. Menopause and Post-Menopausal Health. Genitourinary Medicine and HIV. Urogynaecology and Pelvic Floor Problems. Benign Conditions of the Ovary and Pelvis. Benign Conditions of the Uterus and Endometrium. Benign Conditions of the Vagina and Vulva, and Psychosexual Problems. Malignant Disease of the Ovary. Malignant Disease of the Uterus and Endometrium. Malignant Disease of the Cervix, Vagina and Vulva. Surgery. Obstetric history and examination. Antenatal care. Normal fetal development and growth, Assessment of fetal wellbeing. Prenatal diagnosis. Antenatal obstetric complications. Multiple pregnancy. Pre-term labour. Hypertensive disorders of Pregnancy. Medical complications: Diabetes. Renal. Cardiac Haematological/SLE Others. Perinatal infections. Labour: Normal and abnormal. Operative delivery. Obstetric emergencies. The puerperium. The neonate.