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Williams Gynecology by Barbara Hoffman; John Schorge; Joseph Schaffer; Lisa Halvorson; Karen Bradshaw; F. Cunningham
Publication Date: 2012-05-03
The only gynecology resource that combines a full-color text and a procedural atlas--revised and updated Part medical text, part surgical atlas, Williams Gynecology is written by the renowned team of ob-gyn clinicians at Dallas' Parkland Hospital who are responsible for the landmark Williams Obstetrics. The new edition of Williams Gynecology maintains the consistent tone, leading-edge clinical insights, and quality illustrations of the successful first edition, while expanding and refreshing its content to keep pace with the most recent developments in this dynamic field. The many important topics covered in Williams Gynecology are evidence-based, yet the book is specifically designed as a practical quick-reference guide, aided throughout by helpful teaching points. Reflecting the latest clinical perspectives and research, the second edition features outstanding new coverage of minimally invasive procedures, robotics, and gynecologic anatomy. Features Two resources in one--full-color medical text and surgical atlas--conveniently surveys the entire spectrum of gynecologic disease, including general gynecology, reproductive endocrinology and infertility, urogynecology, and gynecologic oncology Atlas of gynecologic surgery contains 450 figures that illustrate operative techniques Unique consistent text design for an efficient approach to diagnosis and treatment Strong procedure orientation covers a vast array of surgical operations, which are illustrated in detail Evidence-based discussion of disease evaluation reinforces and supports the clinical relevance of the book's diagnostic and treatment methods Distinguished authorship from the same Parkland Hospital-based team which edited Williams Obstetrics--the leading reference in obstetrics for more than a century Newly illustrated gynecologic anatomy chapter created with the surgeon in mind to emphasize critical anatomy for successful surgery New coverage of minimally invasive procedures and robotics, the latest procedures in gynecologic oncology, and in-vitro fertilization Numerous illustrations, photographs, tables, and treatment algorithms
Williams Obstetrics by Kenneth J. Leveno; John C. Hauth; Dwight J. Rouse; F. Cunningham; Catherine Spong; Kenneth Leveno; Steven Bloom; John Hauth; Larry Gilstrap; F. Gary Cunningham; Dwight Rouse; Catherine Y. Spong
Publication Date: 2009-10-29
'Williams Obstetrics' is the most detailed, comprehensive, and rigorously-referenced text on the subject. Written by an author team from the world-renowned Parkland Hospital, the hallmarks of this classic are its thoroughness, scientific basis, and practical applicability for the obstetrician at the bedside.
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