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The core specialty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology continually evolves, combining medical, surgical and practical
components that must be grasped by the contemporary medical student and postgraduate doctor. This volume provides a concise, logical as well as sensitive approach to the essential topics within this unique and rewarding field. This exhaustive revision incorporates the very latest guidance from both the RCOG and NICE.
History and examination ; Taking a history; Antenatal booking and ongoing care; Examination; Common investigations; Abnormal uterine bleeding; Pelvic pain and dyspareunia; Fibroids; Endometriosis; Benign ovarian tumours; Gynaecological malignancy; Vulval disease; Vaginal discharge; Pelvic inflammatory disease; Urinary incontinence; Genital prolapse; Gynaecological endocrinology; Menopause; Subfertility; Contraception, and unplanned pregnancy; Early pregnancy complications; Antepartum haemorrhage; Hypertension in pregnancy; Medical disorders in pregnancy; Multiple pregnancy; Abdominal pain in pregnancy ; Large-or small-for dates in pregnancy; Stillbirth; Labour; Preterm labour; Labour complications; Fetal monitoring in labour; Operative interventions in labour; Postnatal complications; Maternal collapse; Maternal death; Self assessment