Clinical text books

Clinical and basic science text books in endometriosis


Googling-endometriosis Googling endometriosis: the lost centuries
1 August 2012

Dr David Redwine’s latest book describes symptoms of endometriosis as far back as 1825 BC adding to the history of the disease and increasing our understanding of its impact. A “master of disguise” endometriosis has been around forever, but has only recently gained recognition as the serious ailment it is for millions of women around the world.

EndometriosisSciencePractice Endometriosis: Science and practice
26 April 2012

“Endometriosis: Science and Practice” is the most complete compilation of everything known about endometriosis from basic science, therapeutic outcome, and impact of the disease. A must read for everyone interested in moving the field of endometriosis forward.

Color-Atlas(100) Laparoscopic appearance of endometriosis
22 January 2012

The Colour Atlas of the laparoscopic appearance of endometriosis has been re-issued and is now available for free download from the Internet.

Book cover - history of endmetriosis (Batt) A History of Endometriosis
9 September 2011

A History of Endometriosis by Ronald Batt MD takes us on a scientific (and entertaining!) journey from the early science of endometriosis leading to today’s understanding of the disease.

JGV Endometriosis: Current management and future trends
10 May 2011

In “Endometriosis: current management and future trends” Juan Garcia-Velasco and Botros Rizk have assembled an exceptional collection of papers from eminent sources – a veritable who’s who of endometriosis publications.

Book cover for Modern management of endometriosis Modern management of endometriosis
26 September 2006

“Modern management of endometriosis”, written by an internationally recognised team of experts, and edited by Christopher Sutton, Kevin Jones and David Adamson, covers the full range of surgical and medical interventions for diagnosing and treating endometriosis.

Olive Endometriosis in clinical practice
26 September 2005

“Endometriosis in clinical practice” edited by David Olive is a colour illustrated project bringing together 37 international experts to demonstrate what is known about endometriosis and the clinical implications for the woman suffering from the disease.

Surgical Management of Endometriosis Surgical management of endometriosis
26 September 2004

This is a beautifully illustrated monograph bringing together respected authorities on the surgical management of endometriosis. The editor, David Redwine, has been closely associated with the development of many of the laparoscopic techniques used around the world for the surgical management of endometriosis.

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