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Dewhurst's Textbook of Obstetrics and Gynaecology [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: Publication details: Hoboken : Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2007.Edition: 7th edISBN:
  • 9781405181402
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Dewhurst's Textbook of Obstetrics and GynaecologyDDC classification:
  • 618
LOC classification:
  • RG101 .D5573 2007eb
Online resources:
Contents:
DEWHURST'S TEXTBOOK OF OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY; Contributors; Professor Sir John Dewhurst; Preface to the Seventh Edition; Preface to the First Edition; Chapter 1: Clinical anatomy of the pelvis and reproductive tract Alan Farthing; Chapter 2: Maternal physiology Fiona Broughton-Pipkin; Chapter 3: The placenta and fetal membranes Berthold Huppertz and John C.P. Kingdom; Chapter 4: Normal fetal growth Jason Gardosi; Chapter 5: Pre-conception counselling Andrew McCarthy; Chapter 6: Antenatal care Timothy G. Overton; Chapter 7: Normal labour A.A. Calder
Chapter 18: Obstetric emergencies Sara Paterson-BrownChapter 19: Disorders of fetal growth and assessmentof fetal well-being G.C.S. Smith and C.C. Lees; Chapter 20: Multiplepr egnancy Nicholas M. Fisk; Chapter 21: Preterm labour Phillip Bennett; Chapter 22: Prolonged pregnancy Patricia Crowley; Chapter 23: Induction and augmentation of labour G. Justus Hofmeyr; Chapter 24: Malpresentation, malposition, cephalopelvic disproportion and obstetric procedures S. Arulkumaran; Chapter 25: Hypertensive disorders Andrew Shennan; Chapter 26: Heart disease in pregnancy Catherine Nelson-Piercy
Chapter 27: Diabetes and endocrine disease in pregnancy Anne Dornhorstand Catherine WilliamsonChapter 28: Renal disease John Davison; Chapter 29: Haematological problems in pregnancy P. Clark, A.J. Thomson and I.A. Greer; Chapter 30: Miscellaneous medical disorders Andrew McCarthy; Chapter 31: Obstetric statistics Jim G. Thornton; Chapter 32: Contraception Anna Glasier; Chapter 33: Termination of pregnancy Gillian Flett and Allan Templeton; Chapter 34: Normal and abnormal development of the genital tract D. Keith Edmonds; Chapter 35: The menstrual cycle William L. Ledger
Chapter 36: The role of ultrasound in gynaecology Joanne ToppingChapter 37: Gynaecological disorders of childhood and adolescence D. Keith Edmonds; Chapter 38: Primary amenorrhoea D. Keith Edmonds; Chapter 39: Polycystic ovary syndrome and secondary amenorrhoea Adam H. Balen; Chapter 40: Menstrual problems: menorrhagia and primary dysmenorrhagia MargaretC.P. Rees; Chapter 41: Premenstrual syndrome P.M.S. O'Brien; Chapter 42: Pelvic infection Jonathan D.C. Ross and PeterStewar; Chapter 43: Chronic pelvic pain R. William Stones; Chapter 44: Endometriosis Stephen Kennedy and Philippe Koninckx
Chapter 45: Infertility Siladitya Bhattacharya
Chapter 8: Fetal monitoring during labour James A. LowChapter 9: Analgesia and anaesthesia John A. Crowhurst; Chapter 10: Puerperium and lactation D. Keith Edmonds; Chapter 11: Neonatal care for obstetricians M.A. Thomson and A.D. Edwards; Chapter 12: Spontaneous miscarriage JoanneT opping and Roy G. Farquarson; Chapter 13: Recurrent miscarriage Raj Rai; Chapter 14: Ectopic pregnancy DavorJur kovic; Chapter 15: Trophoblast disease Philip Savage and Michael Seckl; Chapter 16: Prenatal diagnosis and genetics Sailesh Kumar; Chapter 17: Fetal medicine in clinical practice R.C. Wimalasundera
Summary: This time honoured classic has been re-built completely: after six editions the editor has decided that a radical revision is necessary. The new edition has been developed as a result of intensive consultation with trainees in OB/GYN as to what they want, what they need and how they learn. The book is organised into two halves covering obstetrics and gynaecology. Within each, the chapters are structured into sections containing pedagogic features such as boxes, highlights and key points for the first time. It contains everything the clinician needs to practice the art of obstetrics and gynaec
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DEWHURST'S TEXTBOOK OF OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY; Contributors; Professor Sir John Dewhurst; Preface to the Seventh Edition; Preface to the First Edition; Chapter 1: Clinical anatomy of the pelvis and reproductive tract Alan Farthing; Chapter 2: Maternal physiology Fiona Broughton-Pipkin; Chapter 3: The placenta and fetal membranes Berthold Huppertz and John C.P. Kingdom; Chapter 4: Normal fetal growth Jason Gardosi; Chapter 5: Pre-conception counselling Andrew McCarthy; Chapter 6: Antenatal care Timothy G. Overton; Chapter 7: Normal labour A.A. Calder

Chapter 18: Obstetric emergencies Sara Paterson-BrownChapter 19: Disorders of fetal growth and assessmentof fetal well-being G.C.S. Smith and C.C. Lees; Chapter 20: Multiplepr egnancy Nicholas M. Fisk; Chapter 21: Preterm labour Phillip Bennett; Chapter 22: Prolonged pregnancy Patricia Crowley; Chapter 23: Induction and augmentation of labour G. Justus Hofmeyr; Chapter 24: Malpresentation, malposition, cephalopelvic disproportion and obstetric procedures S. Arulkumaran; Chapter 25: Hypertensive disorders Andrew Shennan; Chapter 26: Heart disease in pregnancy Catherine Nelson-Piercy

Chapter 27: Diabetes and endocrine disease in pregnancy Anne Dornhorstand Catherine WilliamsonChapter 28: Renal disease John Davison; Chapter 29: Haematological problems in pregnancy P. Clark, A.J. Thomson and I.A. Greer; Chapter 30: Miscellaneous medical disorders Andrew McCarthy; Chapter 31: Obstetric statistics Jim G. Thornton; Chapter 32: Contraception Anna Glasier; Chapter 33: Termination of pregnancy Gillian Flett and Allan Templeton; Chapter 34: Normal and abnormal development of the genital tract D. Keith Edmonds; Chapter 35: The menstrual cycle William L. Ledger

Chapter 36: The role of ultrasound in gynaecology Joanne ToppingChapter 37: Gynaecological disorders of childhood and adolescence D. Keith Edmonds; Chapter 38: Primary amenorrhoea D. Keith Edmonds; Chapter 39: Polycystic ovary syndrome and secondary amenorrhoea Adam H. Balen; Chapter 40: Menstrual problems: menorrhagia and primary dysmenorrhagia MargaretC.P. Rees; Chapter 41: Premenstrual syndrome P.M.S. O'Brien; Chapter 42: Pelvic infection Jonathan D.C. Ross and PeterStewar; Chapter 43: Chronic pelvic pain R. William Stones; Chapter 44: Endometriosis Stephen Kennedy and Philippe Koninckx

Chapter 45: Infertility Siladitya Bhattacharya

Chapter 8: Fetal monitoring during labour James A. LowChapter 9: Analgesia and anaesthesia John A. Crowhurst; Chapter 10: Puerperium and lactation D. Keith Edmonds; Chapter 11: Neonatal care for obstetricians M.A. Thomson and A.D. Edwards; Chapter 12: Spontaneous miscarriage JoanneT opping and Roy G. Farquarson; Chapter 13: Recurrent miscarriage Raj Rai; Chapter 14: Ectopic pregnancy DavorJur kovic; Chapter 15: Trophoblast disease Philip Savage and Michael Seckl; Chapter 16: Prenatal diagnosis and genetics Sailesh Kumar; Chapter 17: Fetal medicine in clinical practice R.C. Wimalasundera

This time honoured classic has been re-built completely: after six editions the editor has decided that a radical revision is necessary. The new edition has been developed as a result of intensive consultation with trainees in OB/GYN as to what they want, what they need and how they learn. The book is organised into two halves covering obstetrics and gynaecology. Within each, the chapters are structured into sections containing pedagogic features such as boxes, highlights and key points for the first time. It contains everything the clinician needs to practice the art of obstetrics and gynaec