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Medical Disorders in Obstetric Practice

by DE SWIET

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0632019743, Hardcover)

This text is designed to be a thorough introduction to the problems of medical disease in pregnancy and is backed by a comprehensive list of up-to-date references for those who wish to pursue particular points in more detail. Chapters teach the principles of care and an appreciation of the natural history of a disease. This approach aims to help the reader to cope when faced with a problem in an unfamiliar specialty or one which has not been encountered before. A new chapter on skin diseases in pregnancy has been added and a chapter on infectious diseases has been expanded to include the problem of AIDS.

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