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Author    Pitkin, Roy M.; Scott, James R.: Editors

Title   Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology - June 1995, Volume 33, Number 2

   Hardcover

Condition   Very Good

   First Edition

Size   4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Publisher   Philadelphia, PA J.B. Lippincott Company 1995

Seller ID   62100054

Pages 219-440. Contents: Cervical Ripening and Labor Induction: Progress and Challenges; Cervical Assessment; Oxytocin to Induce Labor; Amniotomy to Induce Labor; Labor Induced Using Methodcs That do not Involve Oxytocin; Anatomy and Physiology of Cervical Ripening; Mechanical Methods of Cervical Ripening; Cervical Ripening and Labor Induction After Previous Caesarian Delivery; Relaxin Used to Produce the Cervical Ripening of Labor; Outpatient Cervical Ripening; Controversies in Gynecologic Endoscopy; Training, Certification and Credentialing in Gynecologic Operative Endoscopy; What is the role of Hysteroscopy in the Management of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding?; Medical Management Should be Routinely Used as Primary Therapy for Ectopic Pregnancy; For Tubalo Pregnancy, Surgical Treatment is Usually best; The case for Laparoscopic Management of the Adnexal Mass; Laparoscopic Removal of the Adnexal Mass - the Case for caution; Minimally Invasive Treatment of Urinary Stress Incontinence and Laparoscopically Directed Repair of Pelvic Floor Defects; Myomectomy - Laparoscopy or Laparotomy?; Laparoscopic Hysterectomy - Does it work? - A Bicontinental Review of the Literature and Clinical Commentary; Laparoscopic Surgery - Does it have a role in the management of Gynecologic Malignancies. Light wear. Unmarked.

Clinical  Obstetrics  And  Gynecology  -  June  1995,  Volume  33,  Number  2    Pages    219-440.    Contents:  Cervical  Ripening  And  Labor  Induction:  Progress  And  Challenges;  Cervical  Assessment;  Oxytocin  To  Induce  Labor;  Amniotomy  To  Induce  Labor;  Labor  Induced  Using  Methodcs  That  Do  Not  Involve  Oxytocin;  Anatomy  And  Physiology  Of  Cervical  Ripening;  Mechanical  Methods  Of  Cervical  Ripening;  Cervical  Ripening  And  Labor  Induction  After  Previous  Caesarian  Delivery;  Relaxin  Used  To  Produce  The  Cervical  Ripening  Of  Labor;  Outpatient  Cervical  Ripening;  Controversies  In  Gynecologic  Endoscopy;  Training,  Certification  And  Credentialing  In  Gynecologic  Operative  Endoscopy;  What  Is  The  Role  Of  Hysteroscopy  In  The  Management  Of  Abnormal  Uterine  Bleeding?;  Medical  Management  Should  Be  Routinely  Used  As  Primary  Therapy  For  Ectopic  Pregnancy;  For  Tubalo  Pregnancy,  Surgical  Treatment  Is  Usually  Best;  The  Case  For  Laparoscopic  Management  Of  The  Adnexal  Mass;  Laparoscopic  Removal  Of  The  Adnexal  Mass  -  The  Case  For  Caution;  Minimally  Invasive  Treatment  Of  Urinary  Stress  Incontinence  And  Laparoscopically  Directed  Repair