Gynaecology In Focus
Here's a quick, portable, well-illustrated source on a full range of gynecologic conditions! Each chapter succinctly reviews the clinical features, differential diagnosis, management, and prognosis
of a particular gynecologic condition, accompanied by 4 to 6 high-quality color clinical photographs. Readers will also find self-review picture tests, with answers, at the back of the book. The result is an ideal resource for exam preparation and a handy review for hospital rounds.
- 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.
"The In Focus series are useful 'trigger texts' i.e. they give enough information so that you want to read further or continue your learning on the internet. The colours have been used nicely, with realistic print colours of patients, instruments and slides. The set out of the books are ideal with good, quick refernce contents, making the series ideal for students in Clinics and/or ward rounds."
Medical Student, UK, January 2005
What I like most about about these books are the excellent colour clinical photographs that make up half the pages. The pictures are nicely complimented by concise explanations of some of the normal physiology, common pathology and investigation and treatment techniques as depicted in the photos, written with easy to follow and engaging language. The questions and answers sections at the back are good for a quick test of knowledge.
Medical Student, MAD Magazine, the official journal of Barts and The London Students' Association
By Janice Rymer, MD, MRCOG, FRNZCOG, Senior Lecturer/Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Medical and Dental Schools (UMDS), Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital, London, UK; and Andrew N.J. Fish, MD, MRCOG, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Royal Sussex and County Hospital, Brighton, UK