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For example, an update on depression and psychosis was added in Crwasy following the publication of a working report from the American Psychiatric Association and American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in Chapter 16, Evidence based practice in perinatal medicineprovides guidance to understanding the basic research methods commonly used in clinical practice.
An entire resni, has been devoted to cervical insufficiency to reflect the increasing emphasis on predicting and preventing preterm labour due to cervical insufficiency. Reviewed by Srividhya Sankaran. No common topic in maternal medicine has been left uncovered. Ultrasound screening has only been outlined, as it has been covered in detail in the next chapter, thus ensuring no duplication.
Chapters have been written in a concise manner. Scientific basis of perinatal biology 16 chapters. Consult this title on your favorite e-readerconduct rapid searches, and adjust font sizes for optimal readability. Find dependable, state-of-the-art answers to any clinical question with comprehensive coverage of maternal-fetal medicine from the foremost researchers and practitioners in obstetrics, gynecology and perinatology. Where relevant and available, literature has been appraised appropriately.
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At the beginning of each system, there is a brief description of relevant embryology. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. Elsevier Health Sciences Imprint: This book is an invaluable reference source for a maternal-fetal medicine practitioner and an essential read for every MFM trainee in the developed world.
A few suggestions for the future edition would be to extend the chapter on common anomalies and reshuffle a few chapters under different sections for example, Chapter 36 and Chapter 37 may be regrouped under Part IIIwhich would give the reader a smoother flow of topics during study. However, the information on common anomalies except fetal cardiac is superficial.
This book is laid out in five parts reflecting the maternal—placental—fetal interaction and fetal—neonatal transition, which forms the basis of subspecialty of MFM. Access the complete contents online at Expert Consult. All the chapters have been well written. The latest edition, i. Chapter 1, Basic genetics and patterns of inheritance, covers all aspects of genetics relevant to clinical practice including the topics of current interest such as mitochondrial inheritance, imprinting, high-resolution comparative genomic hybridization HR-CGH.
This information will be extremely helpful to a novice trainee in interpreting results published in the literature in this specialty and also in employing the appropriate methods in their own research. Take advantage of the most recent diagnostic advances with a new section on Obstetrical Imaging, complemented by online ultrasound clips as well as cross references and links to genetic disorder databases.
Maternal and fetal infections completely covers all the common infections a clinician would encounter in the ante- intra- and postpartum period including episiotomy wound infection and puerperal endometritis.
Chapter 17, Prenatal diagnosis of congenital disordersis excellent, covering all screening and diagnostic methods currently in use including preimplantation genetic diagnosis, non-invasive testing, etc.
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Creasy and Resnik’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine
With each subsequent edition, the editors have ensured that the book is updated with the developments in MFM. In the chapter Hemolytic disease of the fetus and newbornthere is a good description of pathophysiology and management of the condition. Updates are added from time to time as important papers and guidelines related to the topics are published.
Some chapters in Part I are worth special mention. Part III, Disorders at the maternal—fetal interface, include chapters on the pathogenesis and clinical aspects of preterm labour, post-term pregnancy, intrauterine growth restriction and hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. Part II, Fetal disorders: There is a chapter exclusively on assessment and induction of fetal resnjk maturity.
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