Williams Obstetrics 26e
독자층 Professional & Vocational
가격 $ 200.00
페이지 1328 p.
판형 232 X 282 mm
판차 26th ed.
The landmark text that has served generations of obstetrician-gynecologists-fully updated with the most current perspectives of the field Williams Obstetrics has defined the discipline for generations of obstetrician-gynecologists. Written by authors from the nationally renowned University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Parkland Hospital, the new edition of this authoritative, evidence-based work maintains its trademark comprehensive coverage and applicability at the bedside, while offering the most current information and insights. The culmination of a century of clinical thought, Williams Obstetrics, 26th Edition delivers expert coverage of obstetrical complications, such as preterm labor, pregnancy-related hypertension, infection, and hemorrhage. It additionally offers foundational content on reproductive anatomy, physiology, and prenatal care. The authors have enhanced this edition with 1,000+ full-color illustrations, plus an increased emphasis on the fast-growing subspecialty of Maternal-Fetal Medicine. No other text matches the long-established scientific rigor and accessibility of Williams Obstetrics. With its state-of-the-art design and review of the newest advances and protocols, this not-be-missed clinical companion brings positive outcomes within reach. New and updated content includes: Increased focus on Maternal-Fetal Medicine Greater coverage of hypertension and hemorrhage Deeper insights into in-utero complications Expanded fetal t section includes cutting-edge fetal imaging, genetics, prenatal diagnosis, and fetal disorders and therapy Basic science, physiology of labor, preterm labor updated with contemporaneous publications in the literature More obstetrical sonography figures Eye-catching illustrations, including updated graphs, sonograms, MRIs, photographs, and photomicrographs
TABLE OFCONTENTS: Section 1. OVERVIEW 1/1. Overview ofObstetrics Section 2. MATERNALANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 2/2. MaternalAnatomy 3/3. CongenitalGenitourinary Abnormalities 4/4. MaternalPhysiology Section 3. PLACENTATION, EMBRYOGENESIS, AND FETAL DEVELOPMENT 5/5. Implantationand Placental Development 6/6. PlacentalAbnormalities 7/7. Embryogenesisand Fetal Morphological Development Section 4. PRECONCEPTIONAL AND PRENATAL CARE 8/12. Teratology and Medication Exposure 9/8. PreconceptionalCounseling 10/9. Prenatal Care Section 5. FIRST AND SECOND TRIMESTER PREGNANCY LOSS 11/18. First andSecond Trimester Pregnancy Loss 12/19. EctopicPregnancy 13/20. GestationalTrophoblastic Disease PRECONCEPTIONALAND PRENATAL CARE Section 5. THE FETALPATIENT 14/10-11. ObstetricalImaging 15/10-11. Normal andAbnormal Fetal Anatomy 16/13. Genetics 17/14. PrenatalDiagnosis 18/15. FetalDisorders 19/16. Fetal Therapy 20/17. FetalAssessment Section 7. LABOR 21/21. Physiology ofLabor 22/22. Normal Labor 23/23. AbnormalLabor 24/24. IntrapartumAssessment 25/25. ObstetricalAnalgesia and Anesthesia 26/26. Induction andAugmentation of Labor Section 8. DELIVERY 27/27. VaginalDelivery 28/28. Breech Delivery 29/29. OperativeVaginal Delivery 30/30. CesareanDelivery and Peripartum Hysterectomy 31/31. Prior CesareanDelivery Section 9. THENEWBORN 32/32. The Newborn 33/33. Diseases andInjuries of the Term Newborn 34/34. The PretermNewborn 35/35. Stillbirth Section 10. THEPUERPERIUM 36/36. ThePuerperium 37/37. PuerperalComplications 38/38. Contraception 39/39. Sterilization Section 11. OBSTETRICAL COMPLICATIONS 40/40. Pathophysiology of Preeclampsia 41/40. ClinicalAspects of Preeclampsia 42/41. PostpartumHemorrhage 43/41. HemorrhagicPlacental Disorders 44/41. Management ofObstetrical Hemorrhage 45/42. Preterm Birth 46/43. PosttermPregnancy 47/44. Fetal-GrowthDisorders 48/45. MultifetalPregnancy Section 12. MEDICALAND SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS 49/46. GeneralConsiderations and Maternal Evaluation 50/47. Critical Careand Trauma 51/48. Obesity 52/49. CardiovascularDisorders 53/50. ChronicHypertension 54/51. PulmonaryDisorders 55/52. ThromboembolicDisorders 56/53. Renal andUrinary Tract Disorders 57/54. Gastrointestinal Disorders 58/55. Hepatic,Biliary, and Pancreatic Disorders 59/56. HematologicalDisorders 60/57. DiabetesMellitus 61/58. EndocrineDisorders 62/59. Connective-TissueDisorders 63/60. NeurologicalDisorders 64/61. PsychiatricDisorders 65/62. DermatologicalDisorders 66/63. NeoplasticDisorders 67/64. InfectiousDiseases 68/65. SexuallyTransmitted Infections
Kenneth J. Leveno, MD, Gillette Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Vice-Chair for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Chief of Obstetrics, Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, TexasAssociate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at DallasAssistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas Along with Drs. Bloom and Leveno, co-authored Williams Manual of Obstetrics.