Reproductive endocrinology is a complex subject which can prove difficult for trainees and practitioners in obstetrics and gynaecology to grasp, but a sound understanding is required to treat women with reproductive disorders successfully. This book adopts the popular case-based format to cover all aspects of dysfunctional reproductive endocrinology that the trainee is ever likely to encounter, including both common conditions and more unusual syndromes. Cases are presented in sections relating to a particular group of disorders. Each section concludes with a discussion of the preceding cases, taking the reader through the pathophysiology underlying the endocrine disorder in question, the various symptoms with which patients can present, and highlighting important issues for management and patient follow-up. Normal ranges of the most frequent tests are provided on a separate page, and any departures from this range are discussed in the text.
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