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Netter's Obstetrics and Gynecology - Elsevier eBook on Vitalsource, 3rd Edition

by Roger P. Smith, MD
Elsevier eBook on VitalSource
ISBN: 9780323523523
Page Count: 576
Imprint: Elsevier
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Now fully up to date with numerous new chapters and Expert Consult online access, Netter's Obstetrics and Gynecology, 3rd Edition , by Roger P. Smith, MD, provides superbly illustrated coverage of the common conditions and problems most often encountered in ob/gyn practice. Superb Netter images are paired with concise, evidence-based descriptions of common diseases, conditions, diagnostics, treatments, and protocols. Large, clear illustrations and short, to-the-point text make this the perfect reference for everyday clinical practice as well as staff and patient education.


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    • Entirely new sections on Embryology and Anatomy contain chapters on Sexual Differentiation, Genital Tract Development, Development of the Breast, and each area of gynecologic anatomy.
    • New chapters on Chronic Pelvic Pain, BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations, Obstetric Anesthesia and Analgesia, Subdermal Contraceptive Capsule Insertion and Removal, Trigger Point Injections, and more.
    • More than 300 exquisite Netter images, as well as new, recent paintings by Carlos Machado provide a quick and memorable overview of each disease or condition.
    • Concise text and a standardized format provide quick access to expert medical thinking.
  • PART I: Anatomy and embryology

    Section I – Embryology

    1. Sexual Differentiation
    2. Upper Genital Tract Development
    3. Lower Genital Tract Development
    4. Development of the Breast
    5. Section II - Anatomy

    6. External Genitalia
    7. Perineum
    8. Vagina
    9. Pelvic Visera
    10. Cervix, Uterus and Adnexa
    11. Ovaries
    12. Breast
    13. Part II: Gynecology and Women’s Health

      Section III - General Health Considerations and Counseling

    14. Puberty: Normal Sequence
    15. Health maintenance: ages 12 – 18
    16. Health maintenance: ages 19 – 39
    17. Contraception: Counseling principles [flow chart]
    18. Health maintenance: ages 40 – 64
    19. Health maintenance: ages 65 and greater
    20. Section IV- Diseases, Disorders, and Common Problems

    21. Abortion
    22. Abuse: Physical and Sexual
    23. Acne
    24. Alzheimer Disease
    25. Anemia
    26. Anorectal Fistula
    27. Anxiety
    28. Asthma
    29. Cholelithiasis
    30. Chronic Pelvic Pain
    31. Constipation
    32. Crohn Disease
    33. Depression (Unipolar)
    34. Diverticular Disease
    35. Domestic Violence
    36. Dysmenorrhea: Primary and Secondary
    37. Dyspareunia: Deep Thrust
    38. Dysuria
    39. Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia
    40. Fibromyalgia
    41. Gallbladder Disease
    42. Gastritis
    43. Gastroesophageal Reflux
    44. Hair Loss
    45. Headache: Tension and Cluster
    46. Headache: Migraine
    47. Hematuria
    48. Hemorrhoids
    49. Hyperthyroidism
    50. Hypothyroidism
    51. Infertility: General Considerations
    52. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    53. Low Back Pain
    54. Melanoma
    55. Myofascial Syndromes
    56. Obesity
    57. Osteoporosis
    58. Pessary Therapy
    59. Postcoital Bleeding
    60. Premenstrual Syndrome
    61. Pruritus Ani
    62. Rape and Rape Trauma Syndrome
    63. Sexual dysfunction
    64. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Chancroid
    65. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Chlamydia Trachomatis
    66. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Condyloma Acuminata
    67. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Gonorrhea
    68. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Granuloma Inguinale
    69. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Herpes
    70. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Human Immunodeficiency Virus
    71. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Human Papilloma Virus
    72. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Lymphogranuloma Venereum
    73. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Molluscum Contagiosum
    74. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Parasites
    75. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Syphilis
    76. Sexually Transmitted Infections: Trichomonas Vaginalis
    77. Thrombophlebitis
    78. Toxic Shock Syndrome
    79. Ulcerative Colitis
    80. Urinary Incontinence: Bypass, Overflow
    81. Urinary Incontinence: Stress
    82. Urinary Incontinence: Urge
    83. Urinary Tract Infection
    84. Urodynamics Testing
    85. Varicose Veins
    86. Section V - Vulvar Disease

    87. Acne Inversa (Hidradenitis Suppurative)
    88. Bartholin Gland: Abscess/Infection
    89. Bartholin Gland: Cysts
    90. Contact Vulvitis
    91. Dyspareunia: Insertional
    92. Female Circumcision
    93. Hymenal Stenosis
    94. Hyperplastic Vulvar Dystrophy (Squamous Cell Hyperplasia, Lichen Simplex Chronicus)
    95. Imperforate Hymen
    96. Labial Adhesions
    97. Lichen Planus
    98. Lichen Sclerosus
    99. Vulvar Cancer
    100. Vulvar Hematoma
    101. Vulvar Lesions
    102. Vulvar Vestibulitis (provoked vulvodynia)
    103. Section VI- Vaginal Disease

    104. Cystocele/Urethrocele
    105. Enterocele
    106. Fistulae: Gastrointestinal and Urinary Tract
    107. Rectocele
    108. Sarcoma Botryoides
    109. Transverse Vaginal Septum
    110. Vaginal Cysts
    111. Vaginal Dryness
    112. Vaginal Lacerations
    113. Vaginal Prolapse
    114. Vaginitis: Atrophic
    115. Vaginitis: Bacterial (Non-Specific) and Bacterial Vaginosis
    116. Vaginitis: Monilial
    117. Vaginitis: Trichomonas
    118. Section VII- Cervical Disease

    119. Abnormal Pap Smear: Atypical Squamous or Glandular Cells of Undetermined Origin
    120. Abnormal Pap Smear: Low-Grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion and High-Grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion
    121. Carcinoma In Situ (Cervix)
    122. Cervical Cancer
    123. Cervical Erosion
    124. Cervical Eversion
    125. Cervical Polyps
    126. Cervical Stenosis
    127. Cervicitis
    128. Nabothian Cysts
    129. Section VIII- Uterine Pathology

    130. Adenomyosis
    131. Asherman Syndrome (Uterine Synechia)
    132. Dysfunctional (Abnormal) Uterine Bleeding
    133. Endometrial Cancer
    134. Endometrial Hyperplasia: Simple and Complex
    135. Endometrial Polyps
    136. Endometritis
    137. Hematometra
    138. Intermenstrual Bleeding
    139. Irregular Menstrual Periods
    140. Menorrhagia
    141. Postmenopausal Vaginal Bleeding
    142. Sarcoma (Uterine)
    143. Uterine Anomalies: Bicornuate, Septate, and Unicornuate Uterus
    144. Uterine Leiomyomata (Fibroids, Myoma)
    145. Uterine Prolapse
    146. Section IX- Adnexal Disease

    147. Adenofibroma
    148. Clear Cell Carcinoma
    149. Dermoid Cyst
    150. Dysgerminoma
    151. Ectopic Pregnancy
    152. Endometriosis
    153. Epithelial Stromal Ovarian Tumors
    154. Germ Cell Tumor
    155. Granulosa Cell Tumors
    156. Hydrosalpinx (Chronic Pelvic Inflammatory Disease)
    157. Krukenberg Tumor
    158. Mucinous Ovarian Cysts
    159. Ovarian Cancer
    160. Ovarian Cysts
    161. Ovarian Fibroma
    162. Ovarian Torsion
    163. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
    164. Pseudomyxoma Peritonei
    165. Serous Ovarian Cysts
    166. Sertoli-Leydig Cell Tumor
    167. Transitional Cell (Brenner) Tumor
    168. Section X- Breast Diseases and Conditions

  • Roger P. Smith, MD, University of Missouri - Kansas City
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