Thisnew edition has been fully revised to provide undergraduate students with the most up to date information in the field of gynaecology.
Dividedinto 42 chapters, the text follows a life cycle approach, beginning with discussion on the embryology and development of the female genital tract, through puberty, ovulation and menstruation, to menopause.
Thebook covers the diagnosis and management of numerous gynaecological disorders, from abnormal bleeding, subfertility and endometriosis, to pelvic organ prolapse, polycystic ovary syndrome, and cancer. Each chapter begins with an overview highlighting the topic.
Thethird edition includes new chapters on genital tuberculosis, uterine displacements, and endoscopy as well as more than 450 clinical images and tables.
Thebook is edited by an internationally recognised team of experts from London and South Asia.
Fullyrevised, new edition providing undergraduates with latest information in the field
Thirdedition includes new chapters on genital tuberculosis, uterine displacements, and endoscopy
Editedby internationally recognised team from London and South Asia
Previousedition (9788184489101) published in 2010
SabaratnamArulkumaran DCH FRCS FRCOG FAMS MD PhD FACOG FSLCOG FSOGC Professor and Head, Division of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK
V Sivanesaratnam MBBS FRCOG FICS FACS FAMM FAOFOG Consultant Gynaecologist/Gynaecologic Oncologist, University of Malaya Specialist Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Alokendu Chatterjee FRCOG FICS Former Professor and Head, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, NRS Medical College and Hospital, Salt Lake City, Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Pratap KumarMD DGO FICS FICOG FICMCH Professor and Head, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, Karnataka, India
1. Embryology and Development of theFemale Genital Tract 2. Disorders of theDevelopment of MüllerianSystem 3. Ovulation and Menstruation 4. GynecologicalHistory and Examination 5. PediatricGynecology 6. AdolescentGynecology 7. Dysmenorrhea 8. AbnormalUterineBleeding 9. Amenorrhea and Oligomenorrhea 10. ReproductiveHealth 11. Endometriosis and Adenomyosis 12. PelvicInflammatoryDisease (PID) 13. SexuallyTransmittedInfections 14. HIV in women 15. BenignLesions of the Genital Tract 16. Contraception and Sterilization 17. PsychosexualProblems and Sexual Dysfunction 18. PelvicOrganProlapse 19. Urinary and Fecal Incontinence (IncludingFistulae) 20. A simplifiedapproach to breastdiseasesforobstetricians and gynaecologists 21. Instruments Used in Obstetrics and Gynecology 22. Ultrasound and Color Doppler in Gynecology 23. GynecologicalOperations 24. General SurgicalProblems in Gynecology 25. Genital Tuberculosis 26. UterineDisplacementsincludingRetroversion and UterineInversion 27. Endoscopy in Gynecology 28. Puberty 29. Disorders of Ovulation 30. PolycysticOvarianSyndrome 31. Hirsutism 32. Disorders of Sexual Differentiation and development (Intersex) 33. Infertility 34. Menopause and Hormone ReplacementTherapy 35. GynecologicalCancerScreening 36. Preinvasive and InvasiveCancer of theCervix 37. OvarianCancer 38. UterineMalignancy 39. VulvarCancer 40. GestationalTrophoblastic Neoplasia 41. Radiotherapy and systemicanticancertherapy in GynecologicalMalignancy 42. PalliativeCare