Obstetrics and Gynecology
An Illustrated Colour Text
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A highly illustrated, short, atlas-style text of obstetrics and gynaecology. Information is divided into short topics that can be covered in one or two double-page spreads--with the maximum use of illustrations and minimal text.Table of Contents
- Uses over 330 illustrations, line drawings, photos, and boxes—134 in full color—to demonstrate the full range of diseases and disorders.
- Presents all of the key information obstetrics and gynecology in a short, succinct, and easy-to-access format.
- Covers over 70 core topics in the field, with each topic presented in 1 or 2 double-page spreads.
"The layout is superb, with subjects broken down into digestible topics and a double page spread then dedicated to each. There are lots of subheadings so it's easy to locate information, and there's a fairly comprehensive index...very readable." Medical Student, Southampton University, 'Throb' - Southampton University Medical Society Magazine, March 2004
book is easy to pick up and glance at...definitely worth a look..." Fourth Year Medical Student, Leech Y Gelen - Univeristy of Wales College of Medicine Magazine, March 2004
good for last-minute revision." Medical Student, GKT Gazette, March 2004
the tried and tested formula of arranging short topics into double page spreads with colour illustrations and key note boxes." Medical Student, MAD Magazine, Barts and The London Students' Association, January 2004
and midwifery students, general practioners and senior house officers would find this an ideal book to have in the clinical situation. It is affordable, and worth spending time to read and absorb."Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, October 2004
By Joan Pitkin, BSc, MRCOG, FRCS, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, UK; Alison Peattie, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, The Countess of Chester Hospital, Chester, UK; and Brian A. Magowan, MB, ChB, DCH, MRCOG, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, The Borders General Hospital, Melrose, UK