Postgraduate Gynecology

by Presannakumari B
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Author/Editor Presannakumari B
ISBN 9789350250822
Speciality Obstetrics and Gynecology
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/11360
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2011
Pages 477
Book Type Professional
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Comprehensive coverage on gynecologic disorders most importantly menstrual abnormalities, infertility, contraception, urinary problems, cancer, endoscopy and ultrasound in gynecology. A unique feature of this book is the work-out of real-time clinical scenarios, giving explanations as to how to arrive at a rational clinical diagnosis and management. This helps the students understand the topic in a better way, equipping them to manage the patients themselves. This book explain on the techniques, tips and interpretations of ultrasonography and detailed in a separate chapter. The obstetrician-gynecologist should acquire the knowledge and skills in the field of ultrasonography so much so that it evolves as an essential armamentarium for diagnosis and management by themselves. Chapters are introduced with a non-formal statement that sets the tone for developing the core idea. They are then structured into subtopics and are further divided into small and discrete sections to which the reader’s attention is sought. Colored illustrations and flow charts for easy understanding of the subject. Concise, high-yield subject matter in boxes. Analysis of real clinical scenarios.

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