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 very important clinical heritage info to the suggestions obtained partly One.
Several major specialists have contributed to this paintings, which has been largely subedited via world-renowned editors to make sure a well-structured didactic layout and homogeneous content.
This awesome publication is of significant price for all Urologists, Andrologists, Dermatologists, Endocrinologists, Gynaecologists, Reproductive Biologists, GPs, Gerontologists, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Paediatricians and someone else drawn to the issues of male intercourse and constitution.
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