Crash Course: Obstetrics and GynaecologyBy
- Maryam Parisaei
- Archana Shailendra
- Ruma Dutta
- J. A. Broadbent
Covering all aspects of the syllabus, Crash Course offers students a fast way to recap on what they need to know to get through the exams with ease. Styled in an easy-to-follow, readily accessible format, each book is prepared by senior medical students or junior doctors - under faculty supervision - to give them the correct level of information perfectly tailored to current curricula requirements. The series now includes improved pedagogic features and a fully revised self-assessment section, updated to meet current examination needs.
Undergraduate medical students revision aid
Paperback, 384 Pages
Published: September 2008
Part I: The Patient Presents with ...
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding; Pelvic Pain and Dyspareunia; Vaginal Discharge; Vulval Symptoms; Urinary Incontinence; Prolapse; Subfertility; Bleeding and or/Pain in Early Pregnancy; Bleeding in the Second and Third Trimesters of Pregnancy; Abdominal Pain in the Second and Third Trimesters of Pregnancy; Large-or small-for dates; Hypertension in Pregnancy; Failure to Progress in Labour; Abdominal Cardiotocograph in Labour; Bleeding After Delivery; Stillbirth; Maternal Collapse.
Part II: Diseases and Disorders
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding; Gynaecological endocrinology; Fibroids; Endometriosis; Benign Ovarian Tumours; Gynaecological Malignancy; Vulval Disease; Pelvic Inflammatory Disease; Urinary Incontinence; Genital Prolapse; The Menopause; Subfertility; Contraception, Sterilisation and Unwanted Pregnancy; Early Pregnancy Failure; Prenatal Diagnosis; Antepartum haemorrhage; Hypertension in Pregnancy; Medical Disorders in Pregnancy; Multiple Pregnancy; Labour; Malpresentation and Malposition of the Occiput; Operative Intervention in Obstetrics; Premature Labour; Complications of the Third Stage of Labour and the Puerperium; Maternal Death.
Part III: History and Examination
Taking a History; Antenatal Booking and Ongoing Care; Examination; Common Investigations
Part IV: Self-Assessment