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A Textbook of Preconceptional Medicine and Management

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A Textbook of Preconceptional Medicine and Management
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Publisher: Sapiens Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 0955228247
ISBN-13: 9780955228247
Number of pages: 500

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The first comprehensive textbook of its kind on this subject, explaining not only 'how does this disease or condition affect pregnancy?' but also 'how will pregnancy affect this condition or disease?'. Contains 33 specialist chapters authored by 62 expert contributors.

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