Key Features

  • Presents more than 250 full-color images that depict the real-life appearance of a wide variety of gynecologic diseases and conditions as well as investigational techniques.
  • Features a consistent chapter design, with summaries of each condition's incidence, clinical features, differential diagnosis, management, and prognosis on left-hand pages and 4 to 6 illustrations on the facing right-hand pages.
  • Offers a broad selection of review questions to help readers practice for exams and build confidence.
  • Delivers a convenient pocket size for instant reference anywhere.

Table of Contents

1 Making a gynaecological diagnosis

2 Investigative techniques

3 Childhood gynaecological disorders

4 The menstrual cycle

5 Contraception

6 Early pregnancy problems

7 Therapeutic abortion

8 Gynaecological infections

9 Endometriosis

10 Infertility

11 Polycystic ovarian syndrome

12 Benign and malignant conditions of the vulva and vagina

13 Benign, premalignant and malignant conditions of the vagina and cervix

14 Benign and malignant conditions of the uterus

15 Benign and malignant conditions of the fallopian tubes

16 Benign and malignant conditions of the ovary

17 The menopause and climacteric

18 Uterovaginal prolapse

19 Urinary incontinence





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Churchill Livingstone
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About the editors

Janice Rymer

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Guy's, King's and St. Thomas' School of Medicine, London, UK

Andrew Fish

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Royal Sussex and County Hospital, Brighton, UK