1 Basic science. PART 1 The Woman. 2 The woman as a patient. PART 2 The Young Woman. 3 Puberty and menstrual problems of young women. 4 Subfertility. 5 Pregnancy prevention. 6 Benign disease, genital tract infections and sexual problems. PART 3 The Reproductive Years. 7 The mother and fetus in pregnancy. 8 Bleeding in pregnancy. 9 The antenatal period. 10 Diseases of pregnancy. 11 Diseases in pregnancy. 12 Normal labour. 13 Abnormal labour. 14 Puerperium. 15 The newborn. PART 4 The Mature Woman. 16 Abnormal vaginal blood loss. 17 Pelvic pain. 18 Breast disease. 19 Screening for gynaecological cancer. PART 5 The Older Woman. 20 Malignant gynaecological conditions. 21 The menopause. 22 Pelvic floor disorders. PART 6 Audit of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 23 Statistics of reproductive medicine. Self-assessment questions. Answers
Diana Hamilton-Fairley is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and is Deputy Director of Medical Education at Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital Trust.
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