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Overview: This Oxford Handbook of Reproductive Medicine and Family Planning is developed by MedHand Mobile Libraries.
• Provides practical, evidence-based information on the care and management of adolescents, reproductive age females, and males
• Covers areas such as the reproductive system, puberty, the menstrual cycle, contraception, and infertility
• Follows a concise format that permits quick and easy access to essential information
• Includes diagrams and photographs throughout
The Oxford Handbook of Reproductive Medicine & Family Planning provides practical, evidence-based information on the care and management of adolescents, reproductive age females, and to a lesser extent males.
Divided into three main sections, it follows chronological age up to the menopause covering areas such as the embryological development of the reproductive system; puberty and the normal course, and dysfunctions associated with it; dysfunctions of the normal menstrual cycle; the different types of male and female contraceptive methods, and the investigation and management of the infertile couple.
This is an essential resource for all practitioners, trainees and students in reproductive medicine.
Readership: Medical students, specialist nurse groups, General Practitioners, practitioners in gynaecology, general medicine and endocrinology. Those doctors undertaking membership of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Postgraduate trainees in reproductive medicine.
Authors: Enda McVeigh, Roy Homburg, and John Guillebaud
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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