Berek & Novak's Gynecology, 14th Edition (Novak's Textbook by Jonathan S. Berek

Berek & Novak's Gynecology, 14th Edition (Novak's Textbook by Jonathan S. Berek

By Jonathan S. Berek

The ultimate textual content in gynecology is in its Fourteenth version, completely revised and up to date and now in complete colour all through. prepared into 8 sections, this complete and common gynecological textbook presents assistance for the administration of particular gynecological stipulations. the 1st sections conceal ideas of perform and preliminary evaluate and the appropriate simple technological know-how. The 3rd part is on preventive and first take care of ladies, and the remainder 5 sections are directed at tools of analysis and administration ordinarily gynecology, operative basic gynecology, urogynecology and pelvic reconstructive surgical procedure, reproductive endocrinology, and gynecologic oncology.

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Appropriate humor allows the patient to diffuse anxiety and understand that (even in difficult situations) laughter can be healthy (29). Inappropriate humor would horrify, disgust, or offend a patient or generally make her uncomfortable or seem disrespectful. Laughter can be used as an appropriate means of relaxing the patient and making her feel better. Laughter is a “metaphor for the full range of the positive emotions” (29). It is the response of human beings to incongruities and one of the highest manifestations of the cerebral process.

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The patient should be asked if she has engaged in sexual intercourse, if she used any method of contraception, and if she feels there is any possibility of pregnancy. Follow-up Arrangements should be made for the ongoing care of patients, regardless of their health status. Patients with no evidence of disease should be counseled regarding health behaviors and the need for routine care. For those with signs and symptoms of a medical disorder, further assessments and a treatment plan should be discussed.

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