Obstetrics and Gynecology
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The Scientific Foundations of Gynecological Medicine
Non-Neoplastic Gynecological Disease
The Scientific and Clinical Foundations of Obstetrical Medicine
- Female Reproductive Physiology in the Non-Pregnant State
- The Physiology of Pregnancy
- Normal Maternal Physiological Adaptations to Pregnancy
- Pharmacological Considerations in the Pregnant Female
- Diagnostic Testing in Obstetrical Medicine
Pathologic Processes in the Gestational and Post-Partum Period
- Teratology and Associated Outcomes
- Ectopic Pregnancies, Spontaneous Abortion, and other First Trimester Complications
- Diabetes in the Pregnant Female
- Hypertensive Disorders including Pre-Eclampsia
- Endocrine Disease in the Pregnant Female
- Neurological Disease in the Pregnant Female