Comprehensive Management of Menopause
Springer Science & Business Media, 1994 - 455 páginas
Comprehensive Management of Menopause is a balanced, authoritative, and state-of-the-art approach to the treatment of all medical issues of the menopausal patient, strongly emphasizing clinical and practical applications for comprehensive care. The book is edited by leaders in the field and contains an impressive array of internationally recognized contributors. Divided into five easily referenced sections: Physiology, Diagnosis and Epidemiology; Medical Aspects of the Menopause; Gynecologic Aspects of the Menopause; Management and Therapeutic Guidelines; and The Future; this outstanding volume contains the most up-to-date information on diagnosis, treatment, and management of: - osteoporosis and musculo-skeletal pain; - cardiovascular disease and lipid and metabolism disorders; - all gynecologic aspects of menopause, including the newest technology and advances in hormone therapies; - breast problems and skin care. It also includes preventive medicine and general health care guidelines. Comprehensive Management of Menopause is the definitive text comprising all aspects of menopause and is indispensable to every physician providing medical care to women.
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