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xvi, 463 pages : color illustrations, 28 cm
  • Section I: General Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • 1 Women's Health Examination and Women's Health Care Management
  • 2 The Obstetrician-Gynecologist's Role in Screening and Preventive Care
  • 3 Ethics, Liability, and Patient Safety in Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • 4 Embryology and Anatomy
  • Section II: Obstetrics
  • 5 Maternal-Fetal Physiology
  • 6 Preconception and Antepartum Care
  • 7 Genetics and Genetic Disorders in Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • 8 Intrapartum Care
  • 9 Abnormal Labor and Intrapartum Fetal Surveillance
  • 10 Immediate Care of the Newborn
  • 11 Postpartum Care
  • 12 Postpartum Hemorrhage
  • 13 Multifetal Gestation
  • 14 Fetal Growth Abnormalities: Intrauterine Growth Restriction and Macrosomia
  • 15 Preterm Labor
  • 16 Third-Trimester Bleeding
  • 17 Premature Rupture of Membranes
  • 18 Post-term Pregnancy
  • 19 Ectopic Pregnancy and Abortion
  • Section III: Medical and Surgical Disorders in Pregnancy
  • 20 Endocrine Disorders
  • 21 Gastrointestinal, Renal, and Surgical Complications
  • 22 Cardiovascular and Respiratory Disorders
  • 23 Hematologic and Immunologic Complications
  • 24 Infectious Diseases
  • 25 Neurologic and Psychiatric Disorders
  • Section IV: Gynecology
  • 26 Contraception
  • 27 Sterilization
  • 28 Vulvovaginitis
  • 29 Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • 30 Pelvic Support Defects, Urinary Incontinence, and Urinary Tract Infection
  • 31 Endometriosis
  • 32 Dysmenorrhea and Chronic Pelvic Pain
  • 33 Disorders of the Breast
  • 34 Gynecologic Procedures
  • 35 Human Sexuality
  • 36 Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
  • Section V: Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
  • 37 Reproductive Cycles
  • 38 Puberty
  • 39 Amenorrhea and Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
  • 40 Hirsutism and Virilization
  • 41 Menopause
  • 42 Infertility
  • 43 Premenstrual Syndrome and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder
  • Section VI: Gynecologic Oncology and Uterine Leiomyoma
  • 44 Cell Biology and Principles of Cancer Therapy
  • 45 Gestational Trophoblastic Neoplasia
  • 46 Vulvar and Vaginal Disease and Neoplasia
  • 47 Cervical Neoplasia and Carcinoma
  • 48 Uterine Leiomyoma and Neoplasia
  • 49 Cancer of the Uterine Corpus
  • 50 Ovarian and Adnexal Disease
  • Appendices
  • Index
Medical Library (Lane)
xii, 272 pages ; 25 cm
Faced with a cascade of un-diagnosable symptoms, a young college student is compelled to trade her textbooks for medical journals and dance classes for doctor's offices as she strives to find answers and to advocate for recognition of women's pain. One otherwise uneventful morning, Abby Norman woke up and went to take a shower. Out of nowhere, she was struck down by an excruciating, nauseating pain and collapsed on the bathroom floor. Unable, perhaps at times even unwilling, to diagnose her symptoms and take her pain seriously, doctors suggested Norman's condition was "all in her head." Although she was vaguely aware of the fraught relationship between women's bodies and the male-dominated medical profession--from Dr. Freud and Dora to Dr. Wilbur and Sybil--Norman trusted their assessment and turned her examination inward. Still, the physical pain persisted. When she was eventually diagnosed with endometriosis, she thought she'd found the answer. But then an even more unusual medical condition befell her that had nothing to do with her reproductive system. When the doctors were once again mystified-or just downright unsympathetic-Norman realized the fight had only just begun. Combining her findings from medical research past and present, interviews with experts and patients, and a hearty dose of pop culture appreciation, Norman takes readers on a journey by turns infuriating, humorous and inspiring. Putting her own misadventures into a broader historical, sociocultural, and political context, Norman shows that women's bodies have long been the battleground of a never-ending war for power, control, medical knowledge and truth. And that it's time to refute the belief that being a woman is a pre-existing condition.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781568585819 20180618
Science Library (Li and Ma)
xix, 428 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Green Library
ix, 362 pages ; 28 cm
Medical Library (Lane)
xi, 256 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Green Library
vi, 235 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
Overall, medical tourism has become a robust industry, due to fluctuating health costs in many developed countries. One of the most popular services experiencing a rise as a result of this tourism is assisted reproduction.Legal and Economic Considerations Surrounding Reproductive Tourism: Emerging Research and Opportunities is a pivotal resource that examines the rise in foreign procreative healthcare. Highlighting relevant topics such as assisted reproductive technologies, healthcare management, medical ethical issues, and safety precautions, this is an ideal reference source for all medical professionals, practitioners, academicians, students, and researchers interested in discovering the benefits and concerns that the reproductive tourism sector is currently facing.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781522526940 20180122
Green Library
x, 244 pages ; 22 cm
Green Library
437 pages : illustrations, charts ; 24 cm.
  • In memoriam -- Introduction. Morts avant que d'être. Le paradoxe des foetus et des mort-nés -- Enregistrement, statistiques et état civil -- Enregistrer et gérer mort-nés et fausses couches en France (Époque moderne-XIXe siècle) -- Prêtres et mort-nés : un cas vénitien d'enregistrement paroissial des avortons et des enfants mort-nés au XIXe siècle -- Statistical, legal, religious and medical definitions of stillborn infants in Denmark (1683-2012) -- Stillbirths and stillbirth registration in Iceland during the 18th and 19th centuries from a Nordic comparative perspective -- Mourir avant de vivre. L'enregistrement des fausses couches et des mort-nés dans les temples bouddhistes au Japon -- Legal mies and practices of registration and burial of stillbirths in 19th and 20th Netherlands -- Stillbirth registration in zoth century Germany. Selected statistical, medical and legal implications -- Production des statistiques de mortinatalité en France. De l'état civil aux données hospitalières -- Trajets des corps et sépultures -- Au fond du puits. Gestion de la mort foetale et périnatale dans le monde grec antique -- Foetus et mort-nés en Afrique romaine durant l'Antiquité. De la gestion des corps au vécu familial -- La gestion des corps des enfants morts en période périnatale (Archéologie - France - Antiquité, Moyen Âge, Époque moderne) -- Les mairies parisiennes et la gestion des corps de foetus. Les débats des années 1880 -- Aménagements autour du principe de sépulture. Une tension entre des corps là et un au-delà des corps -- Vécus familiaux et expériences professionnelles -- Le vécu de la fausse couche d'après les écrits du for privé (France, XVIIIe-XIXe siècles) -- Death at die ward room. A cultural shift from distance to intimacy -- Protection pénale et reconnaissance sociale de l'enfant à naître. Une ambivalence marquée -- Vécu familial et engagement associatif. L'exemple de l'association "Nos tout-petits" -- Soins palliatifs en périnatalité. Nouvelles pratiques en salle de naissance.
"Issus d'une fausse couche ou morts au seuil de l'existence, les enfants morts avant de naître ont toujours été placés dans une position ambiguë. Leur présence absente convoque tout à la fois leur famille et la communauté endeuillée, les règles de droit et les us et coutumes funéraires, les rituels séculiers et religieux. Ces réponses intimes et sociales sont cependant marquées par une incertitude récurrente sur la condition pleinement humaine de ces enfants, sur leur statut ou absence de statut juridique, sur la gestion de leur corps et sur la place qu'ils peuvent occuper dans leur famille et dans la société. Les intégrer à la communauté des vivants ou au contraire les faire disparaître sans autre forme de procès constituent des alternatives aussi pertinentes et fréquentes que paradoxales. Approcher les pratiques, à travers des temps de l'Antiquité à nos jours et des espaces de l'Islande au japon résolument vastes et variés, fait émerger les formes de la place accordée à ces petits êtres, objets d'une interrogation plurivoque mais constante. Riche des acquis de l'archéologie, de l'histoire, de la démographie et de la sociologie, cet ouvrage sur la mort périnatale donne, à rebours des travaux axés sur la santé publique ou le deuil, la priorité à la gestion des corps, aux modes d'enregistrement et au vécu familial pris dans son acception large, trois dimensions au poids crucial pour le destin de ces foetus et mort-nés."--Page 4 of cover.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
1 online resource (xvi, 430 pages).
  • Contributors ix Foreword xiii Preface xv Section I Introduction 1 1 Epidemiology of Diabetes in Pregnancy 3David Simmons 2 Pathophysiology of Diabetes in Pregnancy 17Francine Hughes Einstein 3 The Placenta in a Diabetic Pregnancy 31Ursula Hiden and Gernot Desoye Section II Gestational Diabetes 47 4 Screening for Gestational Diabetes 49David A. Sacks 5 Diagnostic Criteria for Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy 61Robert S. Lindsay 6 Lifestyle Treatment 73Christina Anne Vinter and Dorte Moller Jensen 7 Obesity and Diabetes in Pregnancy 87H. David McIntyre, Marloes Dekker Nitert , Helen L. Barrett and Leonie K. Callaway 8 Metabolic Abnormalities in Gestational Diabetes 105Ravi Retnakaran 9 Maternal Risk After the Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Pregnancy 115Lisa Chasan ]Taber and Catherine Kim Section III Diabetes Preceding Pregnancy 127 10 Pre ]Pregnancy Care in Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes 129Rosemary C. Temple and Katharine P. Stanley 11 Malformations 141Montserrat Balsells, Apolonia Garcia ]Patterson, Juan Maria Adelantado and Rosa Corcoy 12 Provision of Pregnancy Care 153Jenny Myers, Susan Quinn, Gretta Kearney, Susan Curtis, Prasanna Rao ]Balakrishna and Michael Maresh 13 Problems Encountered More Frequently in Women with Type 1 Diabetes 167Una M. Graham, Michael Maresh and David R. McCance 14 Problems Encountered More Frequently in Women with Type 2 Diabetes 179Lorie M. Harper 15 Advances in Oral Anti ]Diabetes Drugs in Pregnancy 189Geetha Mukerji and Denice S. Feig 16 Advances in Insulin Therapy 203Gioia N. Canciani, Zoe A. Stewart and Helen R. Murphy 17 Putting Pregnant Women with Diabetes on the Pump 215Peter Hammond 18 Pregnancy, Perinatal, and Fertility Outcomes Following Bariatric Surgery 227Aubrey R. Raimondi and Eyal Sheiner 19 Fetal Surveillance 243Dipanwita Kapoor and Nia Jones 20 Complications in Pregnancy: Hypertension and Diabetic Nephropathy in Diabetes in Pregnancy 257Elisabeth R. Mathiesen, Lene Ringholm and Peter Damm 21 Retinopathy in Diabetic Pregnancy 269Jesia Hasan and Emily Y. Chew Section IV Delivery and Postnatal Care 285 22 Delivery and Postdelivery Care: Obstetric Management of Labor, Delivery, and the Postnatal Period for Women with Type 1, Type 2, or Gestational Diabetes Mellitus 287Jacques Lepercq 23 Diabetic Management in Labor, Delivery, and Postdelivery 297Una M. Graham and David R. McCance 24 Delivery and Postdelivery Care: Care of the Neonate 309Jane M. Hawdon 25 Postpartum Contraception for Women with Diabetes 325Anita L. Nelson 26 Breastfeeding and Diabetes 341Elizabeth Stenhouse Section V Implications for the Future 353 27 Implications for the Mother with Diabetes 355Ewa Wender ]Ozegowska and David A. Sacks 28 Diabetes in Pregnancy: Implications for the Offspring 367Anne P. Starling and Dana Dabalea 29 From the Bench to the Bedside: Potential Future Therapies for Gestational Diabetes The Enhancement of ]Cell Mass and Function During Pregnancy 377David J. Hill Index 393.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119043768 20171009
The revised and updated second edition of a multidisciplinary, evidence-based clinical guide for the care of pregnant women with diabetes The second edition of A Practical Manual of Diabetes in Pregnancy offers a wealth of new evidence, new material, new technologies, and the most current approaches to care. With contributions from a team of international experts, the manual is highly accessible and comprehensive in scope. It covers topics ranging from preconception to postnatal care, details the risks associated with diabetic pregnancy, and the long-term implications for the mother and baby. The text also explores recent controversies and examines thorny political pressures. The manual s treatment recommendations are based on the latest research to ensure pregnant women with diabetes receive the best possible care. The text takes a multi-disciplinary approach that reflects best practice in the treatment of diabetes in pregnancy. The revised second edition includes: New chapters on the very latest topics of interestContributions from an international team of noted expertsPractical, state-of-the-art text that has been fully revised with the latest in clinical guidanceEasy-to-read, accessible format in two-color text designIllustrative case histories, practice points, and summary boxes, future directions, as well as pitfalls and what to avoid boxesMultiple choice questions with answers in each chapter Comprehensive and practical, the text is ideal for use in clinical settings for reference by all members of the multi-disciplinary team who care for pregnant women with diabetes. The manual is also designed for learning and review purposes by trainees in endocrinology, diabetes, and obstetrics.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119043768 20171009
234 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
  • Map and TablesAcknowledgmentsIntroductionChapter 1. Phase One: Midwife-Assisted Home Births, 1948-1953Chapter 2. Phase Two: Transitioning toward Hospital Births, 1954-1958Chapter 3. Phase Three: Physician-Assisted Hospital Births, 1959-1965Chapter 4. Phase Four: Medicalized Births, 1966-1979Chapter 5. Phase Five: Novoparteras and a Technocratic, Litigation-Based Model of Birth, 1980-2000Conclusion and Epilogue.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781477314128 20180122
As Puerto Rico rapidly industrialized from the late 1940s until the 1970s, the social, political, and economic landscape changed profoundly. In the realm of heath care, the development of medical education, new medical technologies, and a new faith in science radically redefined childbirth and its practice. What had traditionally been a home-based, family-oriented process, assisted by women and midwives and "accomplished" by mothers, became a medicalized, hospital-based procedure, "accomplished" and directed by biomedical, predominantly male, practitioners, and, ultimately reconfigured, after the 1980s, into a technocratic model of childbirth, driven by doctors' fears of malpractice suits and hospitals' corporate concerns. Pushing in Silence charts the medicalization of childbirth in Puerto Rico and demonstrates how biomedicine is culturally constructed within regional and historical contexts. Prior to 1950, registered midwives on the island outnumbered registered doctors by two to one, and they attended well over half of all deliveries. Isabel M. Cordova traces how, over the next quarter-century, midwifery almost completely disappeared as state programs led by scientifically trained experts and organized by bureaucratic institutions restructured and formalized birthing practices. Only after cesarean rates skyrocketed in the 1980s and 1990s did midwifery make a modest return through the practices of five newly trained midwives. This history, which mirrors similar patterns in the United States and elsewhere, adds an important new chapter to the development of medicine and technology in Latin America.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781477314128 20180122
Green Library
xvii, 198 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
  • Part I: Sex Selection.- Chapter 1 Coping with Sex Selective Abortions in Vietnam: An Ethnographic Study of Selective Reproduction as Emotional Experience.- Chapter 2 The Development of Sex Selective Reproductive Technologies within Fertility, Inc. and the Anticipation of Lifestyle Sex Selection.- Part II: Preventing Disease and Disability.- Chapter 3 Moral Adherers: Pregnant Women Undergoing Routine Prenatal Screening in Denmark.- Chapter 4 Moral Bearing: The Paradox of Choice, Anxiety and Responsibility in Taiwan.- Chapter 5 Selecting What? Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis and Screening Trajectories in Spain.- Part III: Selecting Traits.- Chapter 6 They Don't Just Take a Random Egg: Egg Selection in the United States.- Chapter 7 Technologies of Enchantment: Commercial Surrogacy and Egg Donation in India.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319582191 20171017
This book explores how conditions for childbearing are changing in the 21st century under the impact of new biomedical technologies. Selective reproductive technologies (SRTs) - technologies that aim to prevent or promote the birth of particular kinds of children - are increasingly widespread across the globe. Wahlberg and Gammeltoft bring together a collection of essays providing unique ethnographic insights on how SRTs are made available within different cultural, socio-economic and regulatory settings and how people perceive and make use of these new possibilities as they envision and try to form their future lives. Topics covered include sex-selective abortions, termination of pregnancies following detection of fetal anomalies during prenatal screening, the development of preimplantation genetic diagnosis techniques as well as the screening of potential gamete donors by egg agencies and sperm banks. This is invaluable reading for scholars of medical anthropology, medical sociology and science and technology studies, as well as for the fields of gender studies, reproductive health and genetic disease research.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319582191 20171017
Green Library
319 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: "To see what is about to be born"
  • The liminal fetus
  • Genetics, morphology, and difficult diagnoses
  • Diagnostic puzzles: fetopathology in France
  • Visible disasters: fetopathology in Brazil
  • Balancing risks: PND and the "prevention of disability"
  • PND, reproductive choices, and care
  • Conclusion: a nonscrutinized diagnosis
  • Coda: Minerva's Owl and Apollo's Lyre.
Since the late nineteenth century, medicine has sought to foster the birth of healthy children by attending to the bodies of pregnant women, through what we have come to call prenatal care. Women, and not their unborn children, were the initial focus of that medical attention, but prenatal diagnosis in its present form, which couples scrutiny of the fetus with the option to terminate pregnancy, came into being in the early 1970s. Tangled Diagnoses examines the multiple consequences of the widespread diffusion of this medical innovation. Prenatal testing, Ilana Loewy argues, has become mainly a risk-management technology-the goal of which is to prevent inborn impairments, ideally through the development of efficient therapies but in practice mainly through the prevention of the birth of children with such impairments. Using scholarship, interviews, and direct observation in France and Brazil of two groups of professionals who play an especially important role in the production of knowledge about fetal development-fetopathologists and clinical geneticists-to expose the real-life dilemmas prenatal testing creates, this book will be of interest to anyone concerned with the sociopolitical conditions of biomedical innovation, the politics of women's bodies, disability, and the ethics of modern medicine.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780226534091 20180514
Green Library
xi, 355 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • PrefacePrologue1. The Tragedy of Queen Henhenit2. The Human Obstetrical Dilemma and Its Consequences3. The Conquest of Obstructed Labor4. Dr. Sims Finds a Cure5. Structural Violence and Obstetric Fistula among the Hausa6. Deadly Delays in Deciding to Seek Care7. Deadly Delays in Getting to a Place of Care8. Deadly Delays in Receiving Care9. Compassion, Respect, and Justice10. The Vision of Hamlin FistulaEpilogueAcknowledgmentsAppendixGlossaryEssay on SourcesIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781421424170 20180319
Millions of women suffer from obstetric fistula, a catastrophic childbirth complication that exists today mainly in the world's poorest countries. Fistulas are created by the prolonged pressure of the fetal head in the birth canal during obstructed labor, which grievously injures a woman's bladder, leaving her incontinent. With a fistula, a woman's life revolves around futile attempts to control her condition and the stigma associated with it. Abandoned by their loved ones, ostracized from their communities, and cut off from modern surgical care, which can repair fistulas and return patients to full health, these women suffer wretchedly.Based on over 20 years of personal experience with fistula patients in multiple African countries, Dr. L. Lewis Wall's Tears for My Sisters describes the ancient history of obstetric fistula, tracing it as far back as ancient Egypt. An expert in repairing obstetric fistula, Dr. Wall explains how these injuries occur and how Western medicine developed the technical capacity to overcome obstructed labor and repair fistulas. Arguing that obstetric fistula results from a general disregard for women's human rights and reproductive health around the globe, he lays bare the obstacles that poor women face in getting emergency obstetric care. Finally, he presents a solution to this problem based on the inspiring story of Drs. Reginald and Catherine Hamlin, who created a hospital system in Ethiopia to care for fistula patients, improve health care, and eradicate these injuries.Providing these women with a much-needed voice, this compassionate book is the first to tell the comprehensive story of this tragic but preventable condition. It is compelling reading for everyone interested in women's health, reproductive rights, the history of medicine, and social justice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781421424170 20180319
Green Library
xix, 266 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • 1. Introduction 2. The Epidural in Context 3. The Politics of Birth 4. Institutional Culture: Discipline and Resistance 5. A Dialectic of Risk 6. A Circle of Trust 7. Closing the Circle.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319699615 20180521
This book examines the future of birthing practices, particularly by focusing on epidural analgesia in childbirth. It describes historical and cultural trajectories that have shaped the way in which birth is understood in Western, developed nations. In setting out the nature of epidural history, knowledge and practice, the book delves into related birth practices within the hospital setting. By critically examining these practices, which are embedded in a scientific discourse that rationalises and relies upon technology use, the authors argue that epidural analgesia has been positioned as a safe technology in contemporary maternity culture, despite it carrying particular risks. In examining alternative research the book proposes that increasing epidural rates are not only due to greater pain relief requirements or access but are influenced by technocratic values and a fragmented maternity system. The authors outline the way in which this epidural discourse influences how information is presented to women and how this affects their choices around the use of pain relief in labour.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319699615 20180521
Green Library
271 pages : map ; 24 cm
Central to the book are Gbigbil women's experiences with different ""reproductive interruptions"": miscarriages, stillbirths, child deaths, induced abortions, and infertility. Rather than consider these events as inherently dissimilar, as women do in Western countries, the Gbigbil women of eastern Cameroon see them all as instances of ""wasted wombs"" that leave their reproductive trajectories hanging in the balance. The women must navigate this uncertainty while negotiating their social positions, aspirations for the future, and the current workings of their bodies. Providing an intimate look into these processes, Wasted Wombs shows how Gbigbil women constantly shift their interpretations of when a pregnancy starts, what it contains, and what is lost in case of a reproductive interruption, in contrast to Western conceptions of fertility and loss. Depending on the context and on their life aspirations-be it marriage and motherhood, or rather an educational trajectory, employment, or profitable sexual affairs with so-called ""big fish""-women negotiate and manipulate the meanings and effects of reproductive interruptions. Paradoxically, they often do so while portraying themselves as powerless. Wasted Wombs carefully analyzes such tactics in relation to the various social predicaments that emerge around reproductive interruptions, as well as the capricious workings of women's physical bodies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780826521705 20180521
Green Library
xxii, 186 pages ; 23 cm
Advances in assisted reproductive technology are producing a new world whose boundaries and implications have yet to be fully explored and understood. New advances are announced and hit the headlines with dizzying regularity, triggering the hopes and aspirations of some, and the fears of others. What is possible? What are the implications? What should be permissible? Who should decide?Medically assisted reproductive techniques were developed to treat sterility and infertility. However, in parallel this has created a demand for applications outside the fields for which these technologies were originally intended. This book explores the issues that surround medically assisted reproduction by addressing them from the perspective of four key areas: the mystery of procreation and the enigma of origin and where we come from; the question of difference and alterity in procreation (be it the breaking down of the notion that one comes from two in heterologous procreation to the aspirations for same-sex procreation, or the blurring of chronology and generations through cryoconservation); the place of destiny, including how to think about individual destinies in an age of increasingly accessible gene sequencing paired with a growing link between procreation and prediction; and an exploration of how clinicians and professionals can respond to the subjective experiences of those who resort to medically assisted reproduction, and the singularity of each person's response to the difficult and complex questions it raises.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781782204749 20171127
Green Library
1 online resource (xiv, 391 pages) : digital, PDF file(s).
  • Preface-- Part I. Generic Issues: 1. Promoting and implementing the biopsychosocial perspective in obstetrics and gynaecology: the role of specialist societies-- 2. Psychosocial context of illness and wellbeing in women's health-- 3. Epigenetics: the bridge between biology and psychosocial health-- 4. Communicating effectively: the patient-clinician relationship in women's healthcare-- 5. Biopsychosocial aspects of eating disorders in obstetrics and gynaecology-- 6. The brain, heart and human behaviour-- 7. Complementary medicine for women's healthcare-- 8. Domestic violence and abuse-- 9. Female genital cutting-- Part II. Gynaecology: 10. Diverse sex development: critical biopsychosocial perspectives-- 11. Biopsychosocial factors in paediatric and adolescent gynaecology-- 12. Biopsychosocial factors in premenstrual syndrome-- 13. Biopsychosocial factors in abnormal uterine bleeding-- 14. Biopsychosocial aspects of infertility-- 15. Psychological and social aspects of reproductive life events among men-- 16. Biopsychosocial factors in chronic pelvic pain-- 17. Biopsychosocial factors in emergency gynaecology-- 18. Biopsychosocial factors in urinary incontinence-- 19. Biopsychosocial perspectives on the menopause-- 20. Biopsychosocial factors in gynaecological cancer-- 21. Assessment and management of women with nausea and vomiting during pregnancy: a biopsychosocial approach-- Part III. Sexual and Reproductive Health: 22. Psychosexual disorders-- 23. Psychosocial aspects of fertility control-- 24. Legal and ethical factors in sexual and reproductive health-- Part IV. Obstetrics and Maternal Health: 25. Psychobiology of birth-- 26. Assessment of psychosocial health during the perinatal period-- 27. Biopsychosocial factors in prenatal screening and diagnosis for fetal anomaly-- 28. The maternal-fetal relationship: conceptualisation, measurement and application in practice-- 29. Reproductive health care for women with psychosocial issues-- 30. Maternal psychosocial distress-- 31. The effects of stress on pregnancy: a not-so-evident association revisited-- 32. Biopsychosocial approach to the management of drug and alcohol use in pregnancy-- 33. Biopsychosocial factors in preterm labor and delivery-- 34. Tokophobia-- 35. Psychiatric disorders in pregnancy and lactation-- 36. Psychotherapy in pregnancy: basic principles and transcultural aspects-- 37. Biopsychosocial factors in intrapartum care-- 38. Biopsychosocial factors in postnatal care-- 39. Birth trauma and post-traumatic stress-- 40. Vicarious traumatization in maternity care providers-- 41. Biopsychosocial care after the loss of a baby-- Appendix: RCOG checklist of hints and tips to support clinical practice in the management of gender-based violence-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107120143 20171030
Biopsychosocial factors are integral to all aspects of healthcare but perhaps nowhere more so than in obstetrics, gynaecology and women's health. This is probably because so much of what occurs in the specialty involves dramatic, life-changing events - from pregnancy and childbirth to menopause and malignancy. This text was planned to inform clinical care and improve the psychological element of women's healthcare. The content covers a wide spectrum of care, including chapters on all the major subspecialties. The two editors, between them, have long-term and broad experience of writing and researching the areas covered in this text. Obstetricians, gynaecologists, midwives, psychiatrists, psychologists and those in many other areas of healthcare, including healthcare managers, should read this book. It is hoped that a distillate of its content will be incorporated in general and subspecialty training curricula to optimise the future care given to patients, partners and offspring.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107120143 20171030
1 online resource (pages)
  • 1. Introduction 2. Physics and Development Of Breast Tomosynthesis 3. The Technologist's Perspective 4. Implementation of Digital Breast Tomosynthesis into Clinical Practice 5. Tomosynthesis in Screening Mammography 6. Tomosynthesis in Diagnostic Mammography 7. Interpretation Tips and Pitfalls 8. Benign Findings 9. Malignant Findings 10. Architectural Distortion 11. Integrating Tomosynthesis with Mulitmodality Imaging 12. The Post-Operative Breast 13. Tomosynthesis in Male Breast 14. Interventional Procedures.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323358279 20170814
The use of tomosynthesis in breast imaging is growing rapidly due to its superior ability to identify and characterize normal findings, benign lesions, and breast cancer, as well as its optimal performance with dense breast tissue. Providing unparalleled coverage of this breakthrough breast imaging modality, Breast Tomosynthesis explains how this new modality can lead to enhanced interpretation and better patient outcomes. This new reference is an indispensable guide for today's practitioner looking to keep abreast of the latest developments with correlative findings, practical interpretation tips, physics, and information on how tomosynthesis differs from conventional 2D FFDM mammography. Over 900 high-quality images offer visual guidance to effectively reading and interpreting this key imaging modality.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323358279 20170814

19. Bundle of blues [2005]

1 streaming video file (13 min.) : digital, sound, color
Women who experience postpartum mood disorders may feel that they are all alone, but postpartum depression actually may affect as many as one in five new mothers. Janice first experienced extreme anxiety attacks about three months after her delivery; the first time was after a family party: 'Out of nowhere I felt like a freight train came through the house and knocked me down.' Monique didn't share her feelings with her family, and felt that it was unacceptable in the black community to seek therapeutic help. 'I was taking everything to the extreme. I thought I was going nuts inside ... I was pretty much being held hostage by my obsessive compulsive need to monitor him.' Thomas recalls that after a difficult birth and recovery his wife Carol grew distant and seemed uninterested in her baby. But neither he nor the professionals they consulted realized that she had become suicidal--she eventually hung herself.
1 streaming video file (55 min.) : digital, sound, color with black and white sequences
Explores the difficult ethical issues arising from advances in biotechnology that now make it possible to identify genetic defects during pregnancy. Features interviews with seven couples who speak openly about how they made individual decisions about prenatal testing and how they have dealt with the negative and positive consequences of those decisions.