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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Cox, Susan M., Werner, Claudia L., Gilstrap, Larry C.
Part I: Human Pregnancy. Chapter 1: Obstetrics in Broad Perspective. Chapter 2: Pregnancy: Overview, Organization, & Diagnosis. Chapter 3: Anatomy of the Reproductive Tract. Part II: Physiology of Pregnancy. Chapter 4: The Endometrium and Decidua: Menstruation and Pregnancy. Chapter 5: The Placenta and Fetal Membranes. Chapter 6: The Placental Hormones. Chapter 7: Fetal Growth and Development. Chapter 8: Maternal Adaptations to Pregnancy. Part III: Pregnancy Planning and Antepartum Management. Chapter 9: Preconceptional Counseling. Chapter 10: Prenatal Care. Part IV: Normal Labor and Delivery. Chapter 11: Parturition. Chapter 12: Mechanisms of Normal Labor. Chapter 13: Conduct of Normal Labor and Delivery. Chapter 14: Intrapartum Assessment. Chapter 15: Analgesia and Anesthesia. Chapter 16: The Newborn Infant. Chapter 17: The Puerperium. Part V: Abnormal Labor. Chapter 18: Dystocia: Abnormal Labor and Fetopelvic Disproportion. Chapter 19: Dystocia: Abnormal Presentation, Position and Development of the Fetus. Chapter 20: Induction and Augmentation of Labor. Part VI: Operative Obstetrics. Chapter 21: Forceps Delivery and Vacuum Extraction. Chapter 22: Breech Presentation and Delivery. Chapter 23: Cesarean Delivery and Postpartum Hysterectomy. Part VII: Common Complications of Pregnancy. Chapter 24: Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy. Chapter 25: Obstetrical Hemorrhage. Chapter 26: Puerperal Infection. Chapter 27: Preterm Birth. Chapter 28: Postterm Pregnancy. Chapter 29: Fetal Growth Disorders. Chapter 30: Multifetal Pregnancy. Part VIII: Placental Disorders. Chapter 31: Abnormalities of the Fetal Membrane and Amnionic Fluid. Chapter 32: Diseases and Abnormalities of the Placenta. Part IX: Reproductive Success and Failure. Chapter 33: Abortion. Chapter 34: Ectopic Pregnancy. Chapter 35: Abnormalities of the Reproductive Tract. Part X: Fetal Abnormalities: Inherited and Acquired Disorders. Chapter 36: Genetics. Chapter 37: Prenatal Diagnosis and Fetal Therapy. Chapter 38: Drugs and Medications. Chapter 39: Diseases and Injuries of the Fetus and Newborn. Part XI: Techniques Used to Assess Fetal Health. Chapter 40: Antepartum Assessment. Chapter 41: Ultasound and Doppler. Part XII: Medical and Surgical Complications in Pregnancy. Chapter 42: General Considerations and Maternal Evaluation. Chapter 43: Critical Care and Trauma. Chapter 44: Cardiovascular Diseases. Chapter 45: Chronic Hypertension. Chapter 46: Pulmonary Disorders. Chapter 47: Renal and Urinary Tract Disorders. Chapter 48: Gastrointestinal Disorders. Chapter 49: Hematological Disorders. Chapter 50: Endocrine Disorders. Chapter 51: Diabetes. Chapter 52: Connective-Tissue Disorders. Chapter 53: Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders. Chapter 54: Dermatological Disorders. Chapter 55: Neoplastic Diseases. Chapter 56: Infections. Chapter 57: Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Part XIII: Family Planning. Chapter 58: Contraception. Chapter 59: Sterilization. Answers. Index. Instructions for Obtaining CME. CME Test Questions. CME Answer Form. CME Evaluation Form.Cox, Susan M. is the author of 'Williams Obstetrics 21/E Study Guide', published 2001 under ISBN 9780838586754 and ISBN 0838586759.
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