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Womenrs"s Gynecologic Health, Second Edition equips students and practicing clinicians with comprehensive information about womenrs"s gynecologic health, including health promotion, maintenance and treatment. Based on the most recent research, the authors provide authoritative content written from a feminist perspective. The Second Edition has been completely revised and updated and includes new chapters ondiagnosis of pregnancy at the gynecologic visit, womenrs"s health after bariatric surgery, gynecologic health care for sexual and gender minorities, and urinary tract infections. Key features include:Clinical considerations specific to the different physical and psychosocial life stages of womenEmphasis on physiologic mechanisms in order to enhance understanding of normal and abnormal processesEvidence-based contentContent and presentation suitable for students and practicing clinicians