Clinical lectures on selected chapters of obstetrics

As in the first edition of Clinical lectures on selected chapters of obstetrics", in its second part is pursued mainly practical purpose: to help the young doctor-obstetrician to avoid improper actions in his responsible and difficult work.
Along with practical information and advice, in section outlines some of the theoretical issues that can help young doctor to refresh knowledge on obstetrics, received training at the University.
The authors consider that this tool is not exhausted all the fullness of the parsed issues. But if it in any measure can be useful practical physician and the student, the authors will consider their work to be justified.

Lecture fifteenth. Abnormal position of the fetus (transverse and oblique)
   The transverse position of the fetus
Lecture sixteenth. Narrow pelvis
   Classification according to the form of the pelvis
   Anatomical and clinical characteristics of different forms of contracted pelvis
   Classification according to the degree of narrowing of the pelvis
Anatomical and clinical characteristics of various degrees narrow pelvis

   Frequency narrow pelvis
   For families with a narrow pelvis
   General characteristics childbirth with a narrow pelvis
The biomechanism of labor in various forms of contracted pelvis
      The mechanism of birth when observamanagement the pelvis
      The mechanism of birth in the plane pelvis
      The mechanism of birth when obsesiones flat pelvis
      The mechanism of birth when cassurina the pelvis
   Complications for the mother and fetus during labor with a narrow pelvis
   Labor management with a narrow pelvis
   Prevention narrowed (narrow) of the pelvis
   A General conclusion about the narrow pelvis
Lecture seventeenth. The loss of small parts of the fetus
   The cord prolapse
   The loss of arms and legs
   Shell attach the cord
Lecture eighteenth. Rupture of the uterus
   The etiology of rupture of the uterus
   Diagnostics threatening uterine rupture
   Diagnosis occurred uterine rupture
   The gap cervix
Addition to the 18th lectures. Premature detachment normally situated placenta
Lecture nineteenth. Diseases of the circulatory system pregnancy
   Organic heart disease in pregnancy
   Hypotonic condition in pregnancy
Lecture of the twentieth. Infectious diseases and pregnancy
Lecture twenty-first. Labor pain relief
   Psycho pregnant preparation for delivery
   Drug radioobozreniya
Lecture twenty-second. Regulation of labor activity
Lecture twenty-third. Bleeding in succession and early postnatal periods
   Anomalies attachments placenta
   Violation of the mechanism of blood clotting
   Prevention of bleeding and therapeutic measures
Lecture twenty-fourth. Postpartum (puerperal period
Lecture twenty-fifth. Abortion (miscarriage)
   The technique of the operation of abortion in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy
   Artificial interruption of pregnancy in the later stages
      Saobracajne infusion of rivanol
      Abdominal "small" caesarean section
      Vaginal cesarean section
Lecture twenty-sixth. Conception. The development of shells. Physiology of fetal intrauterine
   The preparatory process to the time of conception
   The viability of sex cells and the time of conception
   The development of the fetal membranes
   Features of fetal physiology
   The development of the fetus
   Fetal sex determination of the fetus and the formation of sex