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Obstetrics and Gynaecology

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    Lawrence Impey (Author)

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'…: the only book needed to pass finals in obs and gynae.'
Student BMJ


'…:the best obstetrics and gynaecology textbook…:’:
Barts and The London Chronicle


Impey’:s Obstetrics and Gynaecology is the key textbook in the field.
The book provides:


  • Management sections –: invaluable for OSCE’:s
  • Ethics and legal aspects
  • Integrated approach to basic science and clinical practice
  • History and examination,
  • Investigations and diagnosis
  • Common disorders and diseases
  • Abnormalities and complications


  • The second edition presents:

    Features : Benefits

    Illustrations including new scans and accompanying new line diagrams –: Aids understanding in real life clinical context
    Key Points boxes –: Highlights core information
    At a Glances –: Rapid summary of chapter contents
    New Cochrane References –: Access to the clinical evidence base
    Further reading section –: Points to sources of deeper knowledge and understanding

    All in all, Obstetrics and Gynaecology is the only book you need to complete your course and pass your exams!

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    Book details

    • PDF | 296 pages
    • Lawrence Impey (Author)
    • Wiley-Blackwell: 2nd Edition edition (3 Aug. 2004)
    • English
    • 10
    • Health, Family Lifestyle

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