Oxford Textbook of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

ISBN : 9780198766360

Sabaratnam Arulkumaran; William Ledger; Lynette Denny; Stergios Doumouchtsis
872 Pages
219 x 219 mm
Pub date
Nov 2019
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The Oxford Textbook of Obstetrics and Gynaecology is an up-to-date, objective and readable text that covers the full speciality of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. This comprehensive and rigorously referenced textbook will be a vital resource in print and online for all practising clinicians. Edited by a team of four leading figures in the field, whose clinical and scientific backgrounds collectively cover the whole spectrum of Obstetrics and Gynaecology with particular expertise in fetomaternal medicine and obstetrics, gynaecological oncology, urogynaecology, and reproductive medicine, the textbook helps inform and promote evidence-based practice and improve clinical outcomes worldwide across all facets of the discipline. The editors are supported by contributors who are internationally renowned specialists and ensure high quality and global perspective to the work. Larger sections on the Basics in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Fetomaternal medicine, Management of Labour, Gynaecological problems, Gynaecological oncology are complimented by specialist sections on areas such as Neonatal Care & Neonatal Problems, Reproductive medicine, and Urogynaecology and Pelvic Floor Disorders to name a few. The evidence-based presentation of current diagnostic and therapeutic methods is complemented in the text by numerous treatment algorithms, giving the reader the knowledge and tools needed for effective clinical practice. The Oxford Textbook of Obstetrics and Gynaecology is essential reading for specialist obstetricians and gynaecologists, subspecialists, and O&G trainees across the world.


Secction 1: Basics in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
1 Stergios Doumouchtsis: Basic Science in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
2 Frank A Chervenak Laurence B McCullough: Ethics in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
3 Thomas Ind: Clinical Anatomy of the pelvis and the reproductive organs
4 Adonis Ioannides: Genetics for the Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
5 Leroy Edozien: Clinical Governance, audit and risk Management
6 Mahantesh Karoshi Carmen Binding: Preconceptional medicine
7 Tahir Mahmood: Obesity in O&G practice
Section 2: Fetomaternal Medicine
8 Andrew Shennan Nicola Vousden: Maternal physiology
9 Eric Jauniaux Amar Bhide Graham Burton: The placenta
10 Aris Papageorghiou Jane Hirst: Fetal Growth
11 Amar Bhide Anas Pinas: Prenatal diagnosis
12 Philip Steer: Cardiac disease in pregnancy
13 Michael Permezel Alexis Shub: Diabetes in pregnancy
14 David Williams: Renal disease in pregnancy
15 Hassan Shehata Amanda Ali: Haematological disorders in pregnancy
16 Ian Greer: Thrombosis and embolism in pregnancy
17 Austin Ugwumadu: Infections and Immunisation in Pregnancy
18 Ian Jones Arianna Di Florio: Psychiatric disorders in pregnancy
19 Basky Thilaganathan Caitriona Monaghan: Fetal therapy
20 Surabhi Nanda James Neilson: Multiple pregnancy
21 Peter von Dadelszen Laura A Magee: Hypertensive disorders
22 Justin Konje Gbemisola Okunoye: Antepartum Haemorrhage
23 Catherine Williamson: Endocrine and Liver diseases in pregnancy
24 Tim von Oertzen Judith Wagner: Neurological disorders in pregnancy
25 Catherine Nelson-Piercy Stephen Lapinsky: Respiratory disorders in pregnancy
Section 3: Management of Labour
26 Devendra Kanagalingam: Normal labour
27 Sabaratnam Arulkumaran Vikram Talauliker: Fetal monitoring during labour
28 Anthony Addei Sam Bampoe: Obstetric analgesia and anaesthesia
29 Tim Draycott Kiren Ghag Cathy Winter: Obstetric emergencies
30 Angharad Care Zarko Alfirevic: Preterm labour
31 Jim Thornton Kate Walker: Prolonged pregnancy
32 Deirdre Murphy: Malpresentation malposition cephalopelvic disproportion
33 Tak Yeung Leung Yvonne Kwun Yue Cheng: Obstetric procedures
34 David Ellwood Vicki Flenady: Stillbirth
35 Stephen J Robson: Postpartum care and problems in the puerperium
36 Andrew Weeks Julia Polk: Induction of labour
Section 4: Neonatal Care & Neonatal Problems
37 Neena Modi Vimal Vasu: Neonatal care & Neonatal Problems
Section 5: Gynaecological Problems and Early Pregnancy Loss
38 Mushi Matjila Vikram Talaulikar: Miscarriage and recurrent miscarriage
39 Andrew Horne Mayank Madhra: Ectopic pregnancy
40 Hilary Critchley Jacqueline Maybin Lucy Whitaker Karolina Skorupskaite: The menstrual cycle
41 Ian Fraser Marina Berbic: Menstrual disorders, amenorrhea and dysmenorrhoea
42 Yong Eu Leong Zhongwei Huang: Polycystic ovary syndrome
43 Jonathan Ross Gillian Dean: Pelvic inflammatory disease
44 TC Li Jacqueline Chung: Chronic pelvic pain
45 Thomas D'Hooge Arne Vanhie: Endometriosis
46 Jenifer Sassarini Mary Ann Lumsden: Menopause
Section 6: Surgical Procedures and Postoperative Care
47 Jason Abbott Stephanie Salim Anduriputri Stephen Lyons: Laparoscopy
48 Peter O'Donovan: Hysteroscopy
Section 7: Benign disease of the uterus
49 Isaac Manyonda Sahana Gupta: Benign disease of the uterus
Section 8: Benign disease of the vulva
50 David Nunns Rosalind Simpson: Benign disease of the vulva
Section 9: Reproductive medicine
51 Siladitya Bhattacharya Smriti Bhatta: Infertility
52 William Ledger: Assisted reproduction
Section 10: Sexual and Reproductive
53 Zephne van der Spuy Petrus Steyn: Contraception
54 Pak Chung Ho Raymond Li: Termination of pregnancy
55 Stephen Lindow Tonye Wokoma: Violence against Women
Section 11: Urogynaecology and Pelvic Floor Disorders
56 Robert Freeman Anupreet Dua Suneetha Rachaneni: Uterovaginal prolapse
57 Ajay Rane Jay Iyer Ryan Faruque: Urinary incontinence
58 Karen Nugent: Faecal Incontinence and anorectal dysfunction
59 Stergios Doumouchtsis: Childbirth Trauma
60 Ganesh Adaikan: Female Sexual dysfunction
Section 12: Gynaecological Oncology
61 Lynette Denny Rengaswamy Sankaranarayan: Cancer screening & prevention in gynaecology
62 Walter Prendiville: Premalignant and malignant disease of the cervix
63 Nomonde Mbatani Dominic Richards: Cancer of the uterine corpus
64 Jonathan Ledermann Christina Fotopoulou: Ovarian cancer, Fallopian Tube and peritoneum
65 Linda Rogers Ate van der Zee Maaike Oonk: Premalignant and Malignant disease of the vulva and vagina
66 Hextan Ngan Karen K.L. Chan Siew-Fei Ngu: Gestational trophoblastic tumours (benign & malignant
67 Amit Oza Stephanie Lheureux: Chemotherapy and biological, targeted and immune therapies
68 Anthony Fyles Anuja Jhingran David Gaffney Dustin Boothe Marco Carlone Tim Craig: Radiotherapy
69 Joanna Cain Shelley Kibel: Palliative care
70 Jaime Prat: Gynae Pathology
71 Manas Chakrabarti Andy Nordin: Premalignant disease in the genital tract in pregnancy
72 Matthys Hendrik Botha: Cancer in Pregnancy

About the author: 

Prof Sir Sabaratnam Arulkumaran's research and clinical interests are in understanding and improving the quality of life for women and newborn babies. He has been in clinical practice for 37 years and in research and teaching for 25 years. He joined St George's, University of London as a Professor and then became Head of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Among his key achievements is the development of a 'clinical dashboard' to provide clinicians with the relevant and timely information they need to inform decisions that improve the quality of patient care. He is active with a number of professional organisations and was president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, of which he was president 2009-10. Currently, he is President-elect of the International Federation of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Professor Arulkumaran has published 24 books as author or editor, 240 indexed articles and more than 150 book chapters.; Professor William Ledger is the Head and Professor of the Discipline of Obstetrics & Gynaecology in the School of Women's & Children's Health. He is a senior fertility specialist, obstetrician and gynaecologist and was the Chair and Head of the Academic Unit for Reproductive and Developmental Medicine at the University of Sheffield, UK until 2011. Research projects range from clinical studies to improve safety and efficacy of IVF to molecular biology of the implanting embryo. With 140 refereed papers to his name, and as the joint author of 15 books and over 50 book chapters and publications, Bill is our most widely published fertility specialist and described by patients and colleagues alike as both a humble and caring specialist.; Lynette Denny is a Principal Specialist and Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and is a registered sub-specialist in Gynaecological Oncology at Groote Schuur Hospital and University of Cape Town. She is currently the Head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynacology. She is also a full member of the Institute of Infectious Diseases and Molecular Medicine at University of Cape Town. Her research interest for the past 15 years has been in preventing cervical cancer in low resource settings and she has published widely on the subject. She was awarded the Distinguished Scientist for Improving the Quality of Life of Women by the South African Department of Science and Technology in 2006 and is a rated scientist by the National Research Foundation of South Africa. ; Stergios (Stelios) Doumouchtsis is currently a Consultant Obstetrician Gynaecologist and subspecialist Urogynaecologist in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London, UK and a Visiting Professor at the University of Athens, Medical School. Having completed his training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the UK, he undertook subspecialty training in Urogynaecology. Following the completion of his training, he was awarded an Ethicon Travel Award by the RCOG and worked as a visiting Scholar in the University of Michigan, where he participated in research projects with the Pelvic Floor Research Group. He is a member of several national and international scientific and professional committees, working groups and professional societies.

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