The second edition of Bedside Obstetrics & Gynecology brings postgraduate trainees fully up to date with the most recent advances in the field.
The first section covers obstetrics, discussing normal and abnormal presentations (such as normal labour versus breech presentation), complications in pregnancy (including early pregnancy bleeding and ante- and postpartum haemorrhage), and medical disorders related to pregnancy (such as preeclampsia and gestational diabetes). Section two covers numerous gynaecological abnormalities.
This new edition has been fully revised but continues to emphasise the importance of history taking and clinical examination. New chapters have been added to cover topics such as preterm pregnancy, post-dated pregnancy and intrauterine death, bleeding due to miscarriage, menopause and contraception.
Nearly 1100 images, illustrations and tables enhance learning, and each chapter includes questions and answers related to case studies.
Fully revised, new edition providing recent advances in obstetrics and gynaecology
Many new chapters added
Includes 1100 images, illustrations and tables
Previous edition published in 2010
Richa Saxena MBBS MD (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) PG Diploma in Clinical Research New Delhi, India
PART 1: OBSTETRICS Section 1: Normal and Abnormal Presentations Normal Pregnancy Normal labor in occipitoanterior position Breech Presentation Transverse Lie Occipitoposterior position Section 2: Complications of Pregnancy Early pregnancy bleeding Antepartum Hemorrhage Multifetal gestation Rh Negative Pregnancy Previous Cesarean Section Hydatidiform Mole Bad Obstetric History Postpartum Hemorrhage Intrauterine Growth Restriction Preterm pregnancy Post-dated pregnancy and Intrauterine death Section 3: Medical Disorders Related to Pregnancy Preeclampsia Gestational Diabetes Anemia in Pregnancy Heart Disease during Pregnancy PART 2: GYNECOLOGY Section 4: Normal and Abnormal Menstruation Normal Gynecological Examination Abnormal Uterine Bleeding due to Endometrial Cancer Menorrhagia due to Leiomyomas Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding Menopause Section 5: Abnormalities of Vagina and Cervix Vaginal Discharge Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (abnormal pap smear) Cancer Cervix (Postcoital Bleeding) Section 6: Uterine, Ovarian and Tubal Pathology Prolapse Uterus Pelvic Pain Abdominal Lump (Ovarian Cancer) Ectopic Pregnancy Section 7: Abnormalities in Conception Infertility Amenorrhea Contraception