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This text provides standard and advanced clinical skills needed to provide care for women of all ages. The text reviews basic A P of female reproduction, with extensive examination of the complexities of the menstrual cycle and normal flora, as examined at the cellular level. Unit II covers the health history and ties in developmental, physical, psychological, and sociocultural aspects to include. It includes a physical exam, assessment of the female breast, and prenatal assessment. Unit III covers specific investigative procedures including sonohysteroscopy and simple cystometrogram. Key topics and features: Contraceptive Devices Assessment of Women at Risk Evaluation of the Menopausal Woman Appendices containing patient information handouts and practice forms
Table of Contents
|Anatomy and Physiology of Female Reproduction||p. 3|
|The Reproductive Cycle||p. 17|
|The Health History||p. 27|
|The Physical Examination||p. 97|
|Assessment of Vulvar Pain||p. 85|
|Assessment of the Female Breast||p. 97|
|Assessment of the Pregnant Woman||p. 117|
|Assessment and Clinical Evaluation of Obesity in Women||p. 147|
|The Papanicolaou Smear Rebecca Koeniger-Donohue||p. 163|
|Vaginal Microscopy||p. 189|
|Sonohysteroscopy (Fluid Contrast Ultrasound)||p. 245|
|Bone Densitometry||p. 251|
|BRCA Testing||p. 259|
|The FemCapÖ||p. 271|
|The Diaphragm||p. 281|
|The Intrauterine Contraception Mimi Clarke Secor||p. 293|
|Contraceptive Implants||p. 311|
|Assessment of Women at Risk|
|The Sexual-Assault Victim||p. 319|
|Domestic Violence||p. 325|
|Sexually Transmitted Infections||p. 331|
|Evaluation of the Menopausal Woman|
|Assessment of Menopausal Status||p. 345|
|Atrophic Vaginitis||p. 357|
|Evaluation of the Pelvic Floor|
|Pelvic Organ Prolapse||p. 371|
|Urinary Incontinence||p. 409|
|Assessment of the Infertile Woman|
|Initial Evaluation of Infertility||p. 429|
|The Postcoital Test||p. 453|
|Evaluation of the Candidate for Intrauterine Insemination||p. 465|
|Sperm-Washing Technique||p. 473|
|Intrauterine Insemination Procedure||p. 483|
|Donor Insemination||p. 491|
|Vulvar Cancer and Biopsy||p. 503|
|Endometrial Biopsy||p. 511|
|The Simple Cystometrogram||p. 537|
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