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STI's and Gynae infections

Covers sexual history taking and exam, common STI's (signs/ symptoms and management) and causes of discharge.  
bethan
almost 8 years ago
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Endocrine hormones and functions

This is a quick guide I made to the hormones, functions, and basic anatomy of the endocrine system. I hope this is helpful!  
Mark M
over 6 years ago
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HPV and Cervical Cancer

CANCER FOCUS - CERVICAL CANCER IN A REGION OF THE UK: NORTHERN IRELAND  
Stephen McAleer
over 8 years ago
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Preparation for Obstetrics and Gynecology Rotation: Anatomy Review

A description of relevant anatomy for medical, PA and NP students. Efficient preparation for your Obstetrics and Gynecology rotation procedures.  
YouTube
about 7 years ago
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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) - MADE EASY

What is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) - MADE EASY This video tutorial is brought to you by: Ali Feili M.D. More on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS): h...  
YouTube
almost 7 years ago
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Gestational Diabetities Overview

Gestational Diabetes A transient, self-limiting, hyperglycaemia, which occurs during pregnancy due to maternal endocrine changes. Glucose Control Insulin cause…  
Sarah Wagstaffe
over 11 years ago
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Pre-eclampsia and Eclampsia

Topics This afternoon, I’l be discussing the obstetrical problems of pre-eclampsia and eclampsia. Hypertensive Issues During Pregnancy… View Text Here Free Links: OBGYN-10 OBGYN-101 Gray Haired Note Pre-eclampsia and Eclampsia, in the Global Library of Women’s Medicin Chronic Hypertension in Pregnancy, in the Global Library of Women’s Medicin Brookside Associates Medical Education Division  
Mike Hughey, MD
over 11 years ago
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Obs&Gyne Quiz

Obs&Gyne test with detailed answers.  
Paul Baillie
about 12 years ago
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Hypertension in pregnancy & Pre-eclampsia

A comprehensive summary on the effects of elevated blood pressure during pregnancy and pre-eclampsia.  
Hannah Oliver
over 9 years ago
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Normal labor - stages, presentation, position, note writing

about normal labor. Covers stages of labor, fetal presentation, position, bishop score, vaginal delivery, and L&D note writing.  
YouTube
over 7 years ago
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Pre-eclampsia. Effect of pre-eclampsia during pregnancy. | Patient

Pre-eclampsia is a complication of pregnancy. Women with pre-eclampsia have high blood pressure, protein in their urine, and may develop other symptoms...  
patient.info
over 6 years ago
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Fetal Malpresentation and Malposition

A lecture on fetal malpresentation and malposition by Joni Jabez O. Areola, Ulysses E. Boglosa and Jr. Jennifer P. Sedillo.  
slideshare.net
about 6 years ago
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Endometrial Carcinoma

A detailed power point presentation about endometrial carcinoma. This presentation includes everything a medical student needs to know about endometrial carcinoma.  
DR. AMY
over 9 years ago
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Incontinence

 Mrs JC ,an obsese 73 year old lady comes to your GP clinic with her 3 daughters who complain their mother has been having ‘accidents’  
shahd ahmed
almost 9 years ago
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Male Postnatal Depression - a sign of equality or a load of nonsense?

Storylines on popular TV dramas are a great way of raising the public's awareness of a disease. They're almost as effective as a celebrity contracting an illness. For example, when Wiggles member Greg Page quit the group because of postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, I had a spate of patients, mostly young and female, coming in with self-diagnosed "Wiggles Disease". A 30% increase in the number of mammograms in the under-40s was attributed to Kylie Minogue's breast cancer diagnosis. The list goes on. Thanks to a storyline on the TV drama Desperate Housewives, I received questions about male postnatal depression from local housewives desperate for information: "Does it really exist?" "I thought postnatal depression was to do with hormones, so how can males get it?" "First it's male menopause, now it's male postnatal depression. Why can't they keep their grubby mitts off our conditions?" "It's like that politically correct crap about a 'couple' being pregnant. 'We' weren't pregnant, 'I' was. His contribution was five seconds of ecstasy and I was landed with nine months of morning sickness, tiredness, stretch marks and sore boobs!" One of my patients, a retired hospital matron now in her 90s, had quite a few words to say on the subject. "Male postnatal depression -- what rot! The women's liberation movement started insisting on equality and now the men are getting their revenge. You know, dear, it all began going downhill for women when they started letting fathers into the labour wards. How can a man look at his wife in the same way if he has seen a blood-and-muck-covered baby come out of her … you know? Men don't really want to be there. They just think they should -- it's a modern expectation. Poor things have no real choice." Before I had the chance to express my paucity of empathy she continued to pontificate. "Modern women just don't understand men. They are going about it the wrong way. Take young couples who live with each other out of wedlock and share all kind of intimacies. I'm not talking about sex; no, things more intimate than that, like bathroom activities, make-up removal, shaving, and so on." Her voice dropped to a horrified whisper. "And I'm told that some young women don't even shut the door when they're toileting. No wonder they can't get their de facto boyfriends to marry them. Foolish girls. Men need some mystery. Even when you're married, toileting should definitely be kept private." I have mixed feelings about male postnatal depression. I have no doubt that males can develop depression after the arrival of a newborn into the household; however, labelling it "postnatal depression" doesn't sit all that comfortably with me. I'm all for equality, but the simple fact of the matter is that males and females are biologically different, especially in the reproductive arena, and no amount of political correctness or male sharing-and-caring can alter that. Depressed fathers need to be identified, supported and treated, that goes without saying, but how about we leave the "postnatal" tag to the ladies? As one of my female patients said: "We are the ones who go through the 'natal'. When the boys start giving birth, then they can be prenatal, postnatal or any kind of natal they want!" (This blog post has been adapted from a column first published in Australian Doctor http://bit.ly/1aKdvMM)  
Dr Genevieve Yates
almost 8 years ago
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Final year.clinical OSCE-Obstetrics & Gynaecology.for medical undergr…

Obstetrics and Gynaecology Yapa Wijeratne Faculty of Medicine University of Peradeniya  
slideshare.net
over 6 years ago
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Monitoring the condition of the fetus during the first stage of labour

Maternal Care addresses all the common and important problems that occur during pregnancy, labour, delivery and the puerperium. It covers: the antenatal and po…  
slideshare.net
over 6 years ago
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Andrea Di Lieto parto spontaneo 3D

Parto spontaneo in versione 3D  
youtube.com
over 6 years ago