This book provides broad, science-based
information regarding the most common major surgical procedure performed, i.e.
Cesarean Delivery. The book provides relevant scientific literature regarding
epidemiology and rates of cesarean delivery in low and high income countries and
the impact of the disparities in the rate of cesarean delivery between
countries.How to Manage Labor Induction or Augmentation to Decrease the Cesarean
Deliveries Rate, Timing of Elective Cesarean Delivery at Term, Anesthesia for
Cesarean Section, Cesarean Delivery: Surgical Techniques, Neurological
Complications of Regional Anesthesia and Breastfeeding After a Cesarean
This book explains the following topics: Prolactin: Physiologic and Pathologic Associations, Pubertal and
Midlife Changes, Male Reproductive Function, The Ovarian Lifecycle,
Fertilization, Early Pregnancy And It's Disorders, Infertility Seminar,
Gynecologic Disorders, Clinical Radiology in OB/GYN, Physiology of Normal Labor
and Delivery, Maternal Physiology and Prenatal Care, Clinical Genetics,
Infectious Diseases and AIDS, Contraception or Sexual Differentiation.
provides a comprehensive physiologic and pathologic overview of male and female
reproduction, including normal human sexuality, normal human reproduction,
abnormalities of sexual function, evaluation and management of infertility,
parturition, and fertility control.
This book, written for women who have no special knowledge of medicine,
aims to answer the questions which occur to them in the course of
pregnancy.Directions for safeguarding their health have been given in detail,
and emphasis has been placed upon such measures as may serve to prevent serious
This book highlights
the impact of genital tract infections on female infertility, male infertility,
and even veterinary infertility. A comprehensive source on genital infections
essential for all infertility specialists is now at your hands.
Gynecology is frequently
changing due to extensive implementation of high technology in both, the
diagnosis and management of gynecologic problems. General gynecologists,
gynecologic endocrinologists, infertility specialists, gynecologic endoscopists,
and gynecologic oncologists will find attractive, new information in this book.
This easy-to-use manual is arranged by
symptoms (e.g. vaginal bleeding in early pregnancy). Because this symptom-based
approach is different from most medical texts, which are arranged by disease, a
corresponding diagnosis table is provided. Links have been used extensively to
facilitate navigation between symptoms and diagnoses. The clinical action steps
are based on clinical assessment with limited reliance on laboratory or other
tests and most can be performed in a variety of clinical settings.
Author(s): WHO, United Nations
Population Fund, UNICEF, The World Bank
This note covers the following details about Breast Cancer Risk
Factors: Increasing Age, Family History, Genetic Factors, Neoplastic and Benign
Risk Factors, Exogenous Hormones, Menstrual and Obstetric History, Other
Exogenous Factors, Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Models and Future
Improvements in Risk Prediction.
This book was written primarily for physicians. It is not an easy,
casual read for the lay person. Covered topics are: Examination Technique, The
Ovaries, The Uterus, The Endometrium, Ovulation Induction and IVF.
This book covers the following topics: Is Ultrasound Safe During
Pregnancy, How Does Ultrasound Work?, The Ultrasound Equipment, How is an
Ultrasound Performed?, Ovaries, Uterus, Fibroids, The Parts of a Pregnancy,
Placenta, How Far Along is My Pregnancy?, When Should the Heartbeat be
Detected?, When Does the Fetus Begin to Move?, How Long is the Fetus/Embryo and
How Much Does It Grow, How Much Does the Fetus/Embryo Weigh?, When Can the
Gender of the Fetus be Determined?, The MSAFP, MSAFP-PLUS and The
Level II Ultrasound.