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Clinics in Obstetrics is an extensive manual on obstetric cases. Divided into two sections, long cases and short cases, the chapters are structured in a simple, easy to follow format presenting a hypothetical case and the patient's history, followed by step-by-step discussion on differential diagnosis and how to reach the final diagnosis. The management of each case is also covered in depth. The book focuses on what is currently relevant to clinicians, keeping them fully up to date with the latest advances in their field. Almost 800 pages cover a vast range of cases, from antenatal care to breech presentation, and HIV in pregnancy, making this book an essential resource for all obstetricians. Key Points * Extensive coverage of both long and short cases in obstetrics * Details important points in each case history * Step by step guidance through differential diagnosis for each case * Focus on latest advances in the field
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