Manual of Outpatient Gynecology
Carol Havens, Nancy D. Sullivan
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002 - Medical - 360 pages
This concise manual of outpatient gynecological care is in its Fourth Edition. Chapters cover the full range of gynecological problems as se en in the outpatient clinical setting, and follow a consistent sequent ial organization in each chapter under the headings of history, physic al exam, investigative procedures, and management. New to each chapter is a section on patient education, and several of the chapters contai n tables that can be used for patient handouts. The book is reorganize d and new chapters include the topics of domestic violence, osteoporos is, alternative therapy, and prevention of gynecological cancers.
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HIV Infection and AlDS
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