- the branch of medical science that deals with the health maintenance and diseases of women, especially of the reproductive organs. Abbreviation: GYN, gyn
Origin of gynecology
Examples from the Web for gynecology
Contemporary Examples of gynecology
A new study released today in Obstetrics & Gynecology could close this contentious question for good.Abortion Complications Are Rare, No Matter What the Right Says
December 8, 2014
He graduated medical school in 1991 and completed a single-year internship in obstetrics and gynecology, finishing in 1992.Scott DesJarlais Crossed the Line by Having Sex With Patients
November 29, 2012
Her mother reportedly heads a gynecology unit at a local hospital and her father is a university professor.North Korea IDs Mystery Woman as Kim Jong-Un’s Wife—But Who Is She, Really?
July 26, 2012
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 198 (2): 210.Can Food Make You Infertile? Foods to Eat and Avoid
December 9, 2011
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 198 (3), 298e 1-8.Can Coffee Save Your Life?
October 28, 2011
Historical Examples of gynecology
In 1902 the hospital at Gowanda, the largest of the kind in the State, placed a woman on its staff as specialist in gynecology.
In this hospital great care is given to surgical work of all kinds and especially to abdominal surgery and gynecology.
It is truly the practitioner's gynecology—planned for him, written for him, and illustrated for him.Essentials of Diseases of the Skin
Henry Weightman Stelwagon
The more any doctor knew about gynecology and obstetrics, in fact, the less he would believe any such story as theirs.Subspace Survivors
E. E. Smith
Most authorities on gynecology either make no reference whatever to the drug or ascribe little or no value to it.
Word Origin and History for gynecology
- The branch of medicine dealing with the administration of health care to women, especially the diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the female reproductive organs.
- The scientific study of the female reproductive system, its diseases, and their treatment.
The branch of medicine devoted to the care of women, and particularly to the study and care of the female reproductive system.