Table of contents for Practical gynecology : a guide for the primary care physician.

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Practical Gynecology: 
A Guide for the Primary Care Physician,
Second Edition
1. The Gynecologic Examination 
 Pamela Charney, MD
2. Sexuality 
Sharon J. Parish, MD
 William H. Salazar, MD
3. Menstrual Disorders and Abnormal Bleeding
Shawn Kurtcheff
 Mark Gibson, MD
4. Premenstrual Syndrome
Janice Ryden, MD
5. Contraception
 Alison B. Edelman, MD, MPH 
6. Spontaneous and Induced Abortion
Laura D. Castleman, MD, MPH, MBA
 Paul D. Blumenthal, MD, MPH
7. Cervical Cancer Prevention
Auguste H. Fortin, VI, MD, MPH, FACP
8. Vaginitis and Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Roxanne Jamshidi, MD, MPH
 Jonathan Zenilman, MD
9. Gynecologic Emergencies
Kindra Larson, MD
Dee E. Fenner, MD
Janice Ryden, MD
10. Urinary Incontinence 
 Lisa Granville 
11. Endometriosis 
John C. Petrozza, MD
12. Chronic Pelvic Pain 
 Candace N. Howe, MD
 Andrea J. Rapkin, MD
13. Evaluation of Pelvic Masses
Anita L. Nelson, MD
 Robert M Sinow, MD
 Monica Hau Hien Le, MD
14. Hysterectomy and Alternatives 
 Mary T. Jacobson, MD, MSc
15. Menopause 
Anne W. Moulton, MD
 Mary H. Hohenhaus, MD
 Michelle Stozek Anvar, MD
16. Hormone Therapy: Benefits, Risks and Regimens 
 Rebekah Wang-Cheng, MD, FACP
 Ann Butler Nattinger, MD, MPH, FACP
17. Diseases of the Vulva 
Paula Zook
18. Breast Cancer Screening and Management of Common Breast Problems?
 Leah Wolfe 
19. Preconception Care
Joyce A. Sackey, MD, FACP
Gerda Ellen Tapelband, MD
20. Infertility
Bert Scoccia, MD
 Janice Ryden, MD
21. Intimate Partner Violence
Joslyn W. Fisher, MD, MPH
Amy Weil, MD
Christina Nicolaidis, MD, MPH
22. Lesbian Health Issues
Audrey S. Koh, MD
 Anne Rosenthal, MD

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Primary care (Medicine).
Genital Diseases, Female.
Primary Health Care.
Women's Health.