Gynaecology, Obstetrics, and Reproductive Medicine in Daily Practice is a unique publication aimed at the non-academic practicing gynaecologist, and students alike. The papers included in the book are written by invited speakers who attended the 15th Congress of Infertility, Gynaecology and Obstetrics. All the information is important to both doctors in training as well as qualified gynaecologists. Certain sections are interesting to fertility specialists as well as midwives. This is a useful tool to refresh and enhance skills in the fields of gynaecology, urogynaecology, obstetrics and reproductive medicine. The emphasis has been put on accomplishments achieved as opposed to ongoing controversies in the field.
- The book has a clear, primary target group.
- The book provides refresher and enhancing opportunities for all subspecialisations: gynaecology, urogynaecology, obstetrics and reproductive medicine
- Emphasis on the consensus achieved rather than ongoing controversies
Introduction by the Presidents of the Scientific Committee.
Fertility research and treatment in 2005.
WHO-classification of anovulation: background, evidence and problems (M. Dhont).
PCOS: Backgrounds, evidence and problems in diagnosing the syndrome (J.S.E. Laven et al.).
Ovulation induction with clomiphene or gonadotropins (C.B. Lambalk et al.).
Laparoscopic electrocautery of the ovaries in patients with clomiphene citrateresistant polycystic ovary syndrome (F. van der Veen et al.).
Position of alternatives: insulin sensitizers and others (P. van Zonneveld).
'Controlled' ovarian stimulation: who's kidding who? (N. Macklon).
Ovarian stimulation havoc (P.A. van Dop).
Outcome of ovarian stimulation, pregnancy rates and multiple pregnancies (P. De Sutter).
Intrauterine insemination: facts and fairy-tales (B.J. Cohlen).
Is women's emancipation still compatible with reproduction in this century? (E.R. te Velde).
Reproduction and demography in Europe (H. Leridon).
Gynaecology - prevention, diagnostics and therapy in 2005.
Chronic pelvic pain.
Epidemiology of chronic pelvic pain (K.T. Zondervan, S.H. Kennedy).
Laparoscopic adhesiolysis for chronic abdominal pain is not indicated (D. Swank).
Chronic pelvic pain: Sailing between the "Scylla" and the "Charybdis" (A.A.W. Peters).
Is the sexological issue inadequately recognised in gynaecology? (H. Joos, R.-M. Van Hoof).
HIV post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) after occupational and non-occupational exposure (J.M. Prins).
Strategies for the prevention of neonatal herpes: just a matter of opinion? (W.I. van der Meijd
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- 12th May 2005
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