Book Review| Volume 22, ISSUE 4, e89, August 2009

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The Johns Hopkins Review of Gynecology and Obstetrics, 2nd edition

      This is a companion piece to The Johns Hopkins Manual of Gynecology and Obstetrics, and each chapter in the book corresponds with its respective chapter in the manual. This text provides selected questions and multiple-choice answers concerning various topics in the fields of obstetrics and gynecology. Between three and six questions are posed for each topic, and multiple-choice answers are given after the questions. They are followed by a short discussion of the correct and incorrect responses. Topics include primary care, critical care, breast disease, gynecological pathologies and concerns, and a wide variety of common obstetrical problems. Although the book cannot be all-inclusive, it presents thought-provoking questions and information about most topics. They are evidence-based and assume background knowledge beyond the scope of the book.
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