DC Dutta’s Textbook of Gynecology 6th Edition PDF Free Download
This widely acclaimed Dutta’s Textbook of Gynecology has stepped into its sixth edition within a span of twenty three years. Since its predecessor, each area of gynecology has evolved substantially due to the concurrent progress in the field of molecular biology, technology and imaging. The amount of knowledge to acquire and skill to develop by the students, residents and clinicians are enormous. Retaining the basic objectives of Dutta, for his textbook, this edition has been revised extensively in the light of current wealth of information and for the need of our targeted readers. Each chapter of this book is authoritative. Consistency and uniformity with updated information in all the chapters is a special feature of this text. This edition has been made more user-friendly in terms of presentation of text matters, graphics, design and use of different color codes. Color code helps to highlight the core knowledge (must-know area) and also to present the high quality photographs, anatomical drawings, and imaging studies. The text has been enriched with tables, diagrams, boxes, charts, and algorithms which could be reproduced easily. Key points at the end of each chapter are for quick and easy revision.
The state-of-the art in Dutta’s text lies in the presentation which is simple, lucid, clear, and concise. Above all, it provides a balanced distillation of evidence-based information upon which a student, trainee resident, a practitioner, and a nurse can fully depend. Chapters on basic areas (chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 9), reproductive endocrinology (chapters 5, 6, 7, 8, 16, 28, 31, 33), menopause (chapter 6), diagnostic and imaging technologies (chapter 9), pelvic infections (chapters 10, 11, 12), oncology (chapters 22, 23, 30), urogynecology (chapters 24 and 25), contraception (chapter 29) have either been thoroughly revised or exhaustively rewritten. New topics, for example, adolescent gynecology (chapter 32), sexual dysfunction (chapter 33), gene therapy (chapter 30) have been incorporated. Chapters in general gynecology 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 have been extensively updated. The chapter on pelvic organ prolapse (chapter 15) has been rewritten, based upon the latest concept of pelvic anatomy and the ‘new’ concepts of repair. Operative gynecology (chapter 34) is meant to provide the basic principles of commonly performed gynecologic surgery so as to guide an apprentice.