the main
about the project
Medicine news
To the authors
<< Ahead Next >>

Table of contents

Preface to 3rd edition 7

Abbreviations 9

Chapter 1

Structure and function of the reproductive system

in age aspect 12

1.1. Regulation of the function of the reproductive system {FanchenkoN.D., Shchedrina R.N.) 12

1.2. Non-productive organs of the reproductive system (FanchenkoN.D., Shchedrina R.N.) 17

1.3. Reproductive organs of the reproductive system {Zheleznoe B.I.) 37

1.3.1. Anatomical, physiological and histophysiological characteristics of the female genital organs in the reproductive period 37

1.3.1.1. Ovaries 37

1.3.1.2. Fallopian tubes 46

1.3.1.3. Uterus 53

1.3.1.4. Vagina 92

1.3.1.5. Vulva 94

1.4. Neurohumoral regulation and the state of the reproductive system in the period of its formation {Kuznetsova M.N., Shchedrina R.N., Fanchenko N.D.) 96

four

Table of contents

1.5. Neurohumoral regulation and the state of the reproductive system in the period of its active functioning (Fanchenko N. D., Shchedrina R. N.) 145

1.6. Neurohumoral regulation and the state of the reproductive system of the female body in the period of extinction

its functions {N. N. Fanchenko, R. N. Shchedrin) 169

Chapter 2

Pathogenetic mechanisms of dysfunction

reproductive system 203

2.1. Damage to the structural elements of the reproductive system: the impact on the implementation of the function

{Fanchenko N. D., Shchedrin R. N.) 203

2.2. Influence of endocrine diseases

on the functioning of the reproductive system {Kuznetsova MN) 214

Chapter 3

Pathology of the reproductive system in the period

its formation {Kuznetsova M.N.) 229

3.1. Disruption of puberty 229

3.1.1. Premature puberty on the female type ... 230

3.1.2. Male-to-male puberty ...
242

3.1.3. Disruption of sexual development in the period of sexual

maturation of the type of "erased" virilization 251

3.1.3.1. Hypothalamic syndrome of puberty ... 255

3.1.4. Delayed sexual development 265

3.1.4.1. The central form of delayed sexual development 266

3.1.4.2. Delayed sexual development of ovarian genesis 273



3.2. Juvenile uterine bleeding 287

3.3. Abnormal development of the genital organs 306

3.4. Inflammatory outdoor diseases

genitals in girls and girls 320

3.4.1. Vulvovaginitis 320

3.4.1.1. Nonspecific inflammations 320

3.4.1.2. Specific inflammation 335

3.5. Internal Inflammatory Diseases

genital organs in girls and girls 341

five

Guide to Endocrine Gynecology

Chapter 4

Pathology of the reproductive system in the period of maturity ... 366

4.1. Reproductive dysfunction in hyperprolactinemia (Vikhlyaeva Ye. M.) 366

4.2. Polycystic ovary syndrome {Vikhliaeva Ye. M.) 389

4.3. Endometrial polyps {Vikhlyaev E.M., Zheleznoe B.I.) 447

4.4. Uterine leiomyoma {Vikhlyaeva E.M.) 463

4.5. Genital endometriosis

{Vikhlyaev E.M., Zheleznoe B.I.) 552

Chapter 5

Pathology of the reproductive system in transition

and old age {Vikhlyaeva EM.) 630

5.1. Menopausal syndrome 630

5.2. Osteoporosis 653

5.3. The strategy of modern postmenopausal therapy 664

Chapter 6

Quality of life gynecological patients

{Vikhlyaev E.M.) 714

Applications 741

Index 774
<< Ahead Next >>
= Go to tutorial content =

Table of contents

  1. TABLE OF CONTENTS
    INTRODUCTION 9 Chapter 1. HISTORY OF CONTRACEPTION 12 Chapter 2. MODERN METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION 30 2.1. Hormonal contraception 33 Combined hormonal oral contraceptives (OCCs) 34 Prolonged contraception 96 Oral hormonal contraceptives containing only progestogen (pure progestin tablets, or mini-pill) 110 Hormonal
  2. Table of contents
    Preface 9 Introduction Chapter I. Respiratory Diseases 16 Chapter II. Diseases of the circulatory system 105 Chapter III. Diseases of the digestive system 291 Chapter IV. Kidney diseases 391 Chapter V. Diseases of the blood system 422 Chapter VI. Systemic vasculitis 50 ° Chapter VII. Diffuse diseases of the connective tissue ... 525 Chapter VIII Diseases
  3. TABLE OF CONTENTS
    INTRODUCTION ……………………………………………………………… ... ……. 4 2. NORMAL MICROFLORA OF GENERAL WOOL TESTS …………… ..5 3. WAYS OF INFECTION DISTRIBUTION AND FACTORS PROMOTING INFECTION OF THE TOP DEPOSITS OF GENITI LI ......................................................................... 7 4. PATHOGENESIS OF INFLAMMATORY DISEASE. ……….… ... 8 5. CLASSIFICATION AND STAGES
  4. Table of contents
    Introduction 3 1. Registration 5 2. Anamnesis 6 2.1. Anamnesis of life 6 2.2. Anamnesis of the disease 6 3. General examination of a sick animal 7 3.1. General survey 7 3.2. Inspection of the local process 8 4. Additional methods of examination 9 5. Diagnosis 10 6. Differentiated diagnosis 13 7. Clinical diagnosis 14 8. Treatment 15 9. Curation diary 17 10.
  5. TABLE OF CONTENTS
    List of abbreviations 4 Chapter 1. The modern concept of the neuroendocrine regulation of the menstrual cycle 6 Chapter 2. Prolactin and the reproductive function of a woman 36 Chapter 3. Examination of patients with impaired menstrual and reproductive function 50 Chapter 4. Diagnosis and treatment of hyperprolactinemia 69 Chapter 5. Hyperandrogenation in gynecology 90 Chapter 6. Amenorrhea 114 Chapter 7.
  6. TABLE OF CONTENTS
    Foreword 18 C A S T S I I. ORGANIZATIONAL AND MEDICAL AND SOCIAL ASPECTS OF OBSTETRICS Chapter 1. Organization of obstetric care in Russia. - V.I. Kulakov, O. G. Frolova 20 1.1. Outpatient obstetric care 20 1.1.1. General principles of operation 20 1.1.2. Treatment and Prevention of Pregnant Women 1.1.2.1. Antenatal monitoring program for pregnant women
  7. Table of contents
    Introduction Large intestine Anatomy of the large intestine The composition of the microflora of the large intestine. Functions of the microflora of the large intestine. 9 Dysbacteriosis The concept of dysbacteriosis. Classification of dysbiosis Causes of dysbacteriosis Causes
  8. Abstract. Dysbacteriosis and consequences of its effect on the organism., 2011
    Table of Contents Introduction Large Intestine Dysbacteriosis Causes of Dysbacteriosis Development Signs and Effects of Dysbacteriosis Methods of Dysbacteriosis Relief Conclusion List of Used
  9. Crib. Answers to the exam on infectious diseases, 2011
    Answers to the exam on infectious diseases. They include short answers to the exam questions of the department of BSMU. Table of contents: typhus, typhoid fever, paratyphoid fever, salmonellosis, plague, cholera, anthrax, dehydration control methods, OKA, influenza, etc.
  10. Instead of conclusion
    If you have read this book, then "Conclusion" you do not need. You yourself have already done it. If you are one of those people who, like Alexander the Great, looks to the end of the book and decides to read it, then for you there are a few lines. In order for the reader to understand this book in his own way, it must be read. It is not necessary to read in a row, first. You can start reading from any chapter. Even with any small section. Select
  11. Epilepsy
    Epilepsy prescribed in a single line in the table of contents of any textbook on diseases of the nervous system is a diverse pathological state of clinical manifestations, manifested by sudden and unpredictable motor, sensory, autonomic and mental disorders, most often with partial or complete loss of consciousness. Clinical manifestations of the disease
  12. EPILEPSY
    Epilepsy prescribed in a single line in the table of contents of any textbook on diseases of the nervous system is a diverse pathological state of clinical manifestations, manifested by sudden and unpredictable motor, sensory, autonomic and mental disorders, most often with partial or complete loss of consciousness. Clinical manifestations of the disease
  13. METHOD OF PREPARATION OF COURSE WORKS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR THEIR DECORATION
    Course work consists of an introduction (substantiation of the relevance of the topic), the main part (a generalized and systematic presentation of the topic based on literary sources, as well as personal opinion on the issue under consideration), conclusions or conclusions and a list of used literary sources. Course work may be more comprehensive and detailed than an oral presentation on this issue.
  14. Annotation of books using the mind map
    Recall that the process of drawing up an intelligence map when annotating a book consists of two main stages - preparation and application. In the composition of these two stages, eight stages are distinguished. The steps are listed below, with an indication of their approximate duration. An intelligence card on the MOIPC method, compiled by Wanda North (see p. 230), also contains a summary plan for the family day.
  15. Mastering texts with mind maps
    A cursory reading will be very effective if you display the information received in the mind maps. Intellect cards are an ideal tool for processing large amounts of information. For the text processing method described here, the intellect card opens up new possibilities for taking notes. In the mind map, you can build your records in the knowledge network. Establishing a Hierarchy Moving On
  16. Consciousness as a problem of the psychology of behavior
    The spider performs operations resembling those of a weaver, and the bee, by building its wax cells, confuses some of the architects. But the worst architect differs from the very beginning from the very beginning in that, before building a wax cell, he already built it in his head. At the end of the labor process, the result is obtained, which was already present at the beginning of this process.
  17. Vizer V.A. Lectures on therapy, 2011
    On the subject - almost completely cover the difficulties in the course of hospital therapy, issues of diagnosis, treatment, according to the presentation, concise and quite accessible. Allergic diseases of the lungs Diseases of the joints Reiter's disease Sjogren's disease Bronchial asthma Bronchoectatic disease Hypertensive heart disease Glomerulonephrasafasditis Esophageal hernia Destructive lung diseases
  18. ALLERGIC LUNG DISEASES
    In recent decades there has been a significant increase in the number. patients with allergic diseases of the bronchopulmonary apparatus. Allergic lung diseases include exogenous allergic alveolitis, pulmonary eosinophilia, medicinal
  19. Exogenous allergic alveolites
    Exogenous allergic alveolitis (synonym: hypersensitive pneumonitis, interstitial granulomatous alveolitis) is a group of diseases caused by intense and, rarely, prolonged inhalation of antigens of organic and inorganic dusts and are diffuse, unlike pulmonary eosinophilia, and alveolar and interstitial structures. The emergence of this group
  20. TREATMENT
    1. General measures aimed at separating the patient with the source of antigen: compliance with sanitary requirements at the workplace, technological improvement of industrial and agricultural production, rational employment of patients. 2. Drug treatment. In the acute stage - prednisone 1 mg / kg per day for 1-3 days, followed by a decrease in dose
Medical portal "MedguideBook" © 2014-2016
info@medicine-guidebook.com