Aging Women and the Office Assessment

  • Clinical Updates in Women's Health Care CU
  • May 2020

ABSTRACT: This monograph is intended to serve as a practical guide to the office assessment of the aging woman and recognizes the time constraints that characterize current office practice. Obstetrician–gynecologists are increasingly becoming the primary care providers to women in their practices and especially to older women who have been long-time patients. This monograph should serve as a guide to the many tools needed to assess the health and functional and cognitive status of the aging woman. Illustrative cases demonstrate how to use these tools in a time-efficient manner to achieve a positive effect on the well-being of the patient.

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