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Oxford Handbook of Reproductive Medicine and Family Planning Vinyl Bound – Apr 15 2008


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"Compact enough to slip into a pocket, this handbook gives a good overview of the reproductive system, puberty, the menstrual cycle, contraception, and infertility. It is well illustrated with graphs and diagrams and includes a useful blank page at the end of every chapter for notes."--Family Planning Association


"Residents may find this book helpful as they navigate clinical settings during their training. The book may also be helpful for family practice or internal medicine physicians who frequently care for women... This is a simple but useful handbook. It is appropriate for those wanting a basic resource to retrieve information quickly."--Doody's


About the Author

Enda McVeigh is a Senior Fellow in Reproductive Medicine at the University of Oxford and Consultant Gynaecologist at the John Radcliffe Hospital and Medical Director Oxford IVF Unit, UK. Roy Homburg is Head of Division of Reproductive Medicine in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at VU Medisch, Amsterdam in The Netherlands. John Guillebaud is Emeritus Professor of Family Planning and Reproductive Health at the University College London adn Honorary Consultant in Family Planning and Reproductive Health at the Oxford Primary Care Trust and formerly Medical Director of the Margaret Pyke Centre, London, UK.

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Genetic sex is determined at the moment of conception by the presence or absence of the Y chromosome, and after week 6 of fetal life it will guide the subsequent development of the fetus down one of two standard pathways—male or female (see figure 1.1). Read the first page
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