This book explains the following topics: Male Sex
Organs , Female Sex Organ, The Female Monthly Cycle , Conception, How Your Baby
Develops , Your Health In Pregnancy, Antenatal Care, Conditions And Problems In
Pregnancy, Choosing Where To Have Your Baby.
This note covers the following topics: Pregnancy, also
known as gestation, is the time during which one or more offspring develops
inside a woman. Chronology, Development of embryo and fetus, Recreational drugs,
Prenatal care, Exposure to toxins, Sexual activity, Intercurrent diseases,
Medical imaging, Epidemiology, Society and culture.
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
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 atlas was
undertaken with the idea that, there are many excellent text books,
compendiums, and atlases on gynecology, there is no book which gives the student
and physician the material which personal clinical observation should supply.
This book provides a solution for this issue. The author has been made the text as practical as possible.
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
topics such as Approach to the patient, Differential diagnosis of common
gynecological complaints, Pelvic relaxation, Prolapse, Reproductive
endocrinology, Urinary incontinence, Gynecological oncology, Endoscopic surgery
in gynecology, Endometriosis, Adenomyosis and Gynecological infections
This manual is designed to guide physicians,
nurses, and corpsmen and other health care providers in the safe and effective
care of women in these settings.Covered topics are: Routine Gynecologic Care,
Pap Smears, Birth Control Pills, Other Contraceptive Methods, Bleeding, Vaginal
Discharge and Itching, Human Papilloma Virus, The Vulva, Problems with
Menstruation, Abdominal and Pelvic Pain, Breast Problems, Sexual Assault and
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.