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Do not be deceived – this volume contains substantial information on a vast subject belying its compact size. Despite the concise nature of the book it does include appropriate subject detail and an acknowledgement of areas of uncertainty. References and data have been updated from the first edition and thus the contemporary information is of great assistance to the potential MRCOG candidate or for those who want to update their knowledge at any career stage. I hope you find this an informative read.
It is essential for both those hoping to specialise in obstetrics and gynaecology and established practitioners to have a solid understanding of fetal medicine to help answer the question foremost in every prospective parent's mind: ‘Is my baby going to be normal?’ This comprehensive book, written by undisputed experts in fetal medicine, covers the whole field, addressing screening methods, diagnostic techniques and the management of fetal abnormality following diagnosis.
This second edition has been extensively updated to reflect current clinical practice and developments in the field since the publication of the original edition, and incorporates a thoroughly revised structure and contents. It will be of great assistance not only to MRCOG candidates in their preparation for the examination but also to any health professional who comes into contact with mothers and babies, including midwives, and who wants to update their knowledge. I hope you find this latest book in the MRCOG and Beyond series helpful.
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