Women’s health case by case

Danielle Mazza
Med J Aust 2008; 189 (6): . || doi: 10.5694/j.1326-5377.2008.tb02055.x
Published online: 15 September 2008

Clinical cases in obstetrics, gynaecology and women’s health is the kind of book I would have liked to have had when I was a medical student or junior resident. Well written and in a conversational tone, de Costa and Howat outline an approach to those common questions that arise in clinical practice. The book extends the type of cases presented to medical students as part of problem-based learning to a higher level of complexity, and pleasingly incorporates the emotional, social and psychological aspects of care that are often absent from standard obstetric and gynaecology textbooks.

  • Danielle Mazza

  • Monash University, Melbourne, VIC



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