The first guide to bridge the gap between medical and surgical gynecology A Doody's Core Title Written by clinicians from the same department of Obstetrics and Gynecology responsible for the landmark bestseller Williams Obstetrics, this full-color text and atlas offers a complete overview of gynecology that no other source can match. In its pages, you'll find a templated, in-depth examination of the entire spectrum of gynecologic disease. Supporting this unparalleled coverage are a gynecologic surgical atlas, and numerous comprehension-building algorithms, tables, and figures that clarify differential diagnoses and preferred management strategies for treatment. And unlike most multi-authored texts, Williams Gynecology has a consistent, even tone, as all of its editors and authors are affiliated with Parkland Hospital in Dallas. FEATURES: Encyclopedic scope covers the full range of gynecologic disorders, from cancer and infertility, to urogynecologic disorders Full-color atlas section consisting of 350 figures that illuminate operative surgical techniques -- created by the Director and students of the Biomedical Communications Graduate Program at UT Southwestern. Strong procedure orientation, covering a wide array of surgical operations, which are illustrated in detail Numerous clinical algorithms and boxes highlighting differential diagnoses and best-practice treatment methods Experienced author team from Parkland Hospital that updated the classic Williams Obstetrics--the leading reference in obstetrics for more than a century.
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Williams' GynecologyOverview: Reproductive Physiology 1. Anatomy 2. Embryology Gynecological Surgery3. Perioperative Care 4. Intraoperative Considerations 5. Surgeries for Benign Gynecologic Conditions 6. Surgeries for Gynecologic Malignancies 7. Female Reconstructive Pelvic SurgeriesGeneral Gynecology 8. History/Physical Exam/Well Women Care 9. Diagnostic Procedures 10. Gynecologic Infections 11. Pediatric Gynecology 12. Benign Disorders of the Lower Reproductive Tract 13. Family Planning/Contraception 14. Early Pregnancy Loss 15 Ectopic Pregnancy 16. Endometriosis 17. Abnormal Genital Bleeding 18. Preinvasive Lesions of the Lower Reproductive Tract 19. Pelvic Mass 20. Pelvic Pain 21. Female Sexuality 22. Psychosocial IssuesReproductive Endocrinology, Infertility, and the Memopause23. Evaluation of the Infertile Couple 24. Treatment of the Infertile Couple 25. Amenorrhea 26. PCOS and Hyperandrogenims 27. Anatomical Disorders 28. Menopause Transition 29. Menopause TherapyFemale Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery30. Pathophysiology of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction 31. Evaluation of the Patient with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction 32. Urinary Incontinence Sensory Disorders of the Lower Urinary Tract 33. Anal Incontinence and Defecatory Disorders 34. Pelvic Organ Prolapse 35. Genitourinary Fistulas and Urethral DiverticulumGynecologic Oncology36. Cervical Cancer 37. Vaginal Cancer 38. Vulvar Cancer 39. Endometrial Cancer 40. Uterine Sarcoma 41. Epithelial Ovarian Tumors 42. Germ Cell and Sex-cord-Stromal Ovarian Tumors 43. Fallopian Tube Cancer 44. Gestational Trophoblastic Disease 45. Principles of Chemotherapy 46. Principles of Radiation Therapy