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Sildenafil and liver toxicity

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    Dell’s chapter on adolescent pregnancy explores the etiologic factors sildenafil and liver toxicity and treatment strategies for this population. Leon’s chapter on perinatal loss (Chapter 5) describes the emotional reactions of parents bereaved by miscarriage, stillbirth, or neonatal death and suggests approaches for treating clinicians. Robinson and Wisner’s chapter on fetal anomalies addresses the new sildenafil and liver toxicity prenatal diagnostic techniques as well as the management of dynamic issues that emerge when abnormalities are detected. Stewart and Robinson discuss the use of psychotropic drugs and electroconvulsive therapy in the pregnant and lactating patient, in Chapter 7.

    The “Gynecology” section consists of eight chapters dealing with both common gynecologic problems and some of the more controversial issues such as induced abortion and the new reproductive technologies.