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Associate Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology .. Medical students will find Current Diagnosis & Treatment: Obstetrics & Gynecology to be an. CURRENT Diagnosis & Treatment: Obstetrics & Gynecology, 11e. Alan H. DeCherney, Lauren Nathan, Neri Laufer, Ashley S. Roman. Search Textbook. Practical, up-to-date, and ready-to-apply coverage of more than diseases and disorders For more than 70 years, professors, students, and clinicians have.
History[ edit ] The Kahun Gynaecological Papyrus , dated to about BC, deals with women's health —gynaecological diseases, fertility, pregnancy, contraception, etc. The text is divided into thirty-four sections, each section dealing with a specific problem and containing diagnosis and treatment; no prognosis is suggested. Treatments are non surgical, comprising applying medicines to the affected body part or swallowing them. The womb is at times seen as the source of complaints manifesting themselves in other body parts. Aristotle is another strong source for medical texts from the 4th century BC with his descriptions of biology primarily found in History of Animals, Parts of Animals, Generation of Animals. He was the chief representative of the school of physicians known as the " Methodists ". Marion Sims is widely considered the father of modern gynaecology.
Aristotle is another strong source for medical texts from the 4th century BC with his descriptions of biology primarily found in History of Animals, Parts of Animals, Generation of Animals.
He was the chief representative of the school of physicians known as the " Methodists ". Marion Sims is widely considered the father of modern gynaecology. While performing these surgeries he invited men physicians and students to watch invasive and painful procedures while the women were exposed.
On one of the women, named Anarcha , he performed 13 surgeries without anesthesia. Physicians and students lost interest in assisting Sims over the course of his backyard practice, and he recruited other enslaved women, who were healing from their own surgeries, to assist him. In Sims went on to found the Woman's Hospital in New York, the first hospital specifically for female disorders. This drawing by Jacques-Pierre Maygrier shows a "compromise" procedure, in which the physician is kneeling before the woman but cannot see her genitalia.
Modern gynaecology no longer uses such a position. In some countries, women must first see a general practitioner GP; also known as a family practitioner FP prior to seeing a gynaecologist.
If their condition requires training, knowledge, surgical procedure, or equipment unavailable to the GP, the patient is then referred to a gynaecologist. In the United States , however, law and many health insurance plans allow gynaecologists to provide primary care in addition to aspects of their own specialty.
With this option available, some women opt to see a gynaecological surgeon for non-gynaecological problems without another physician's referral. Premalignant and Malignant Disorders of the Uterine Cervix. Premalignant and Malignant Disorders of the Uterine Corpus.
Premalignant and Malignant Disorders of the Ovaries and Oviducts. Gestational Trophoblastic Diseases.
Radiation and Chemotherapy for Gynecologic Cancers. Section VII. Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.
Assisted Reproductive Technologies: In Vitro Fertilization and Related Techniques. Contraception and Family Planning. Menopause and Postmenopause.
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It succinctly covers more than 1, diseases and disorders, the latest screening guidelines, and underlying pathophysiology when relevant. The twelfth edition is enriched by contributions from more than 85 world-renowned contributors. Focuses on the practical aspects of clinical diagnosis and patient management.
Covers pathophysiology when relevant to diagnosis and treatment. Emphasizes disease prevention and evidence-based medicine.
Includes more than anatomic drawings, image studies, and diagrams. Completely updated to reflect the latest research and advances.
Quick-access design facilitates use at the point of care. Updated to include the latest screening and management guidelines. Section I.
Reproduction Basics 1. Anatomy of the Female Reproductive System 2. Genetic Disorders and Sex Chromosome Abnormalities 4. Physiology of Reproduction in Women 5. The Breast Section II.
Normal Obstetrics 6. Normal Pregnancy 7. Normal and Abnormal Labor and Delivery 8.
Normal Newborn Assessment and Care The Normal Puerperium Pregnancy at Risk Assessment of At-Risk Pregnancy Early Pregnancy Risks Late Pregnancy Complications Congenital Fetal Infections Disproportionate Fetal Growth Multiple Gestation Third-Trimester Vaginal Bleeding Malpresentation and Cord Prolapse Operative Delivery Postpartum Hemorrhage and the Abnormal Puerperium Neonatal Resuscitation Critical Care Obstetrics Cardiac Disorders a.
Incl Aortic Stenosis Pulmonary Disorders Surgical and Medical Complications of Pregnancy Surgical Disorders in Pregnancy Hypertension in Pregnancy Cardiac and Pulmonary Disorders in Pregnancy Renal and Urinary Tract Disorders in Pregnancy Gastrointestinal Disorders in Pregnancy Dermatologic Disorders in Pregnancy Diabetes Mellitus and Pregnancy Nervous System and Autoimmune Disorders in Pregnancy Hematologic Disorders in Pregnancy Section V.
General Gynecology Gynecologic History, Examination and Diagnostic Procedures Imaging in Gynecology Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Complications of Menstruation and Abnormal Uterine Bleeding Benign Disorders of the Vulva and Vagina Benign Disorders of the Uterine Cervix