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Hematological Complications in Obstetrics, Pregnancy, and Gynecology
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There are many haematological complications associated with obstetrics, pregnancy and gynaecology, and unfortunately, they often lead to significant morbidity or mortality for both mother and child. As the first comprehensive reference on all aspects of haematological complications of obstetrics, pregnancy and gynaecology this book will be a valuable resource to haematologists, obstetricians, gynaecologists, reproductive medicine specialists, internists, anaesthesiologists and others. The chapters are written by acknowledged experts in the field, and for each condition covered the etiology, pathophysiology, clinical and laboratory diagnosis and management are discussed where appropriate.

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"Many of the chapters, such as those on thrombophilia, [DVT/PE], and [LMWH] in pregnancy are excellent, up-to-date and highly recommended reading for obstetrical anesthesiologists."
Roanne Preston MD FRCPC, Canadian Anesthesia

"This textbook is an excellent guide for all of those involved in obstetrics, gynecology perinatology and even neonatology. It is highly recommended for all practicing and resident physicians in these areas."
Julian L Ambrus, MD. PhD. FACP; Clara M. Ambrus, MD, PhD, FACP, The Journal of Medicine

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