Download Basic Sciences for Obstetrics and Gynaecology by Tim Chard MD, FRCOG, Richard Lilford MB, BCh, MRCOG, MRCP, PDF

By Tim Chard MD, FRCOG, Richard Lilford MB, BCh, MRCOG, MRCP, PhD (auth.)

Show description

Read or Download Basic Sciences for Obstetrics and Gynaecology PDF

Similar nonfiction_10 books

Problems in Arthritis and Rheumatism

This sequence of books is designed to assist normal practitioners. So are different books. what's strange during this example is their collec­ tive authorship; they're written via experts operating at district basic hospitals. The writers derive their very own experi­ ence from quite a number circumstances much less hugely chosen than these on which textbooks are usually established.

Earthquake Displacement Fields and the Rotation of the Earth: A NATO Advanced Study Institute Conference Organized by the Department of Geophysics, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada, 22 June–28 June 1969

The seeds of this convention have been sown with the book via Press, in 1965, of a paper during which he prompt that the displacement box as a result of a massive earthquake could expand over a lot better distances than have been proposal attainable sooner than. in a while, Mansinha and Smylie mentioned that if Press used to be right then, because the redistri­ bution of important amounts of mass was once concerned, the inertia tensor of the earth will be altered and therefore reason the earth to wobble; this revived the concept that earth­ quakes could be the lengthy sought resource for holding the Chandler Wobble.

Extra resources for Basic Sciences for Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Example text

A few small branches run with the round ligament into the superficial inguinal nodes. The Fallopian Tubes The fallopian tubes lie in the upper margin of the broad ligament and are 10 cm long. The abdominal opening is at the base of a trumpet-shaped expansion with a fimbriated edge, the infundibulum; one of the fimbriae is closely applied to the ovary. ood supply is from the uterine arteries (medial two-thirds) and the ovarian arteries (lateral onethird). Venous and lymphatic drainage follow a similar pattern.

Diagrammatic representation of the vasculosyncytial membrane in a portion of a placental villus. The normal term placenta shows perivillous fibrin deposition, and frequently there is evidence of infarction, intervillous thrombosis and calcification, all of no obvious pathological significance. 4). These products are considered to play an important part in adjusting maternal metabolism during pregnancy, though the exact function of individual products is often unclear. In general, the levels of placental steroids are higher in the fetus than in the mother, while the reverse is true for the placental proteins.

17. Section of the presomite embryo at the levef"indicated in Fig. 16. In 1'lg. Further Development of the Embryo 23 These three germ layers then give rise to the various organs and tissues. The ectoderm develops into the entire nervous system, epidermis and lens of the eye. The endoderm develops into the lining of the intestinal and respiratory tracts and associated organs (liver, thyroid, pancreas and lungs). The dermis, skeleton, connective tissue, muscles, vascular and urogenital systems arise from mesoderm.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.31 of 5 – based on 29 votes