A comprehensive review of recent literature, The Year in Gynaecology 2002 examines articles published in the field of gynaecology and reproductive healthcare over the preceding eighteen months. Highlighting topics chosen for their relevance to clinical practice, this year's articles revisit issues covered in the previous volume as well as subjects not included, such as male methods of contraception, termination of pregnancy, polycystic ovarian disorders, and menorrhagia. The contributors are well-known specialists in their fields and they eloquently summarize the pertinent points of the papers reviewed, giving you a comprehensive overview of the most important information in this domain. The editors add their expertise and collate the contributions into a coherent and easily readable publication. These features and more make The Year in Gynaecology 2002 an essential tool for clinicians and researchers.