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These two volumes take into consideration the enormous progress made in the field of gynecological endocrinology and reproductive medicine in the last few years. They provide detailed information on the function and detection of new hormones and growth factors, on therapy with female sexual hormones, on environmental factors, and on the diagnostic and surgical techniques employed in reproductive medicine. These extensively illustrated books will provide a competent guide to this fast moving field of medicine for clinical gynecologists and endocrinologists.
Univ. Women's Hospital, Germany. Comprehensive reference on the physiology and pathology of the endocrine systems involved in gynecological topics. Translation of the original German title (c1987). Omits diagnosis and therapy particular to Germany. 18 German contributors.
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From the Publisher
Runnebaum, Benno(Univ Women's Hospital, Germany); Rabe, Thomas(Univ Women's Hospital, Germany)
The contributors represent the specialties of gynecologic endocrinology, reproductive medicine, pathology, gynecologic radiology, and gynecologic morphology. Most are from universities and hospitals in Germany and Hungary, including Univ Women'sHospital-Heidelberg, Univ Medical Hospital-Heidelberg, and Univ of Heidelberg.
From Doody Review Services
Reviewer: James Aiman, MD (Medical College of Wisconsin)
Description: A limited number of editors and contributors have produced a remarkable two-volume work that provides a current review of the evaluation and management of reproductive and endocrine disorders.
Purpose: The editors wish to expand the application of current knowledge to a global audience. To a large extent, the editors have achieved their objective, one that is certainly worthy.
Audience: Obstetrician/gynecologists and subspecialists will find this a useful resource. It is too specialized for primary care physicians. The editors are credible authorities on their subjects and have worked hard to produce comprehensive chapters.
Features: The book is extensively illustrated with charts, graphs, tables, hormone structures, biochemical pathways, as well as line art and black and white clinical photographs. The use of two-color green in many charts and tables adds visual interest and emphasis. The bibliographies for most chapters are extensive and current, a definite strength. The book is attractive and sturdy.
Assessment: That a limited number of editors can produce such a comprehensive work is an intellectual tour de force. However, the book might have been even better if the number of contributors was increased and an international scope added. The true strength of this book is the comprehensive compilation of common and obscure reproductive disorders in one source.
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