Monthly Archives: June 2012

Illustrating Diagnosis with Case Examples

The foundation, for me, of accurate diagnosis is seeing each sign and symptom for what it actually IS before interpreting it. Continue reading

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Polyhydramnios and Koi

If you are working with pregnant women, sooner or later someone with polyhydramnios will come into your clinic. What a blessing for that woman! This is because the methods below are very clear and effective for a dangerous condition that has no other treatment. Continue reading

Posted in Obstetrics, Qiu Xiaomei, Xia Guisheng | 5 Comments

Dysmenorrhea: Some final thoughts

The MOST important idea I want to convey to practitioners is to forget that your patient has dysmenorrhea! Yes, I mean it. Ignore the dysmenorrhea especially if it is the main complaint! Continue reading

Posted in Gynecology, Our Courses, Theory and Practice | 1 Comment