By W. -B. Schill, F. Comhaire, T. B. Hargreave (auth.), Prof. em. Dr. Dr. Wolf-Bernhard Schill, Prof. em. Dr. Frank Comhaire, Prof. Dr. Timothy B. Hargreave (eds.)
Andrology for the Clinician comprises parts:
In half One, the busy clinician can simply locate the problem-orientated info she or he wishes on such matters as
* Male issue fertility problems
* Male birth control
* Male genital tract an infection and tumours
Part includes in-depth subject-orientated details and provides vital medical historical past details to the thoughts got partially One.
Several major specialists have contributed to this paintings, which has been largely subedited through world-renowned editors to make sure a well-structured didactic layout and homogeneous content.
This striking e-book is of significant worth for all Urologists, Andrologists, Dermatologists, Endocrinologists, Gynaecologists, Reproductive Biologists, GPs, Gerontologists, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Paediatricians and a person else drawn to the issues of male intercourse and constitution.
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