By Eric J. Bieber, Joseph S. Sanfilippo, Ira R. Horowitz
Written along with your busy perform in brain this e-book can provide clinically concentrated, evidence-based gynecology information in a quick-reference structure. It explores etiology, screening, exams, prognosis, and therapy for a whole variety of gynecologic overall healthiness concerns together with infectious illnesses, urologic difficulties, pediatric and gynecologic matters, minimally invasive surgical stipulations, gynecologic oncology, and reproductive endocrinology and infertility. info is simple to discover and take in as a result of broad use of full-color diagrams, algorithms, and illustrations.
- Utilizes an easy-to-use, hugely templated structure with many full-color illustrations to make info effortless to discover and understand.
- Focuses on evidence-based practices that can assist you convey powerful sufferer care.
- Provides a useful appendix on coverage coding and place of work management.
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Clinical Gynecology by Eric J. Bieber, Joseph S. Sanfilippo, Ira R. Horowitz