The main objective of the second edition of Clinical Methods in Obstetrics and Gynecology is to facilitate honing of the clinical skills of students and clinicians in their day-to-day practice and stimulate their minds to think of differential diagnosis and systematically reach a final diagnosis. The layout of the book is like the first edition. There are three sections: Obstetrics, Gynecology and General. The sections on Obstetrics and Gynecology have individual chapters dedicated to various complaints or conditions, the patients commonly present in the outpatient department. Each chapter begins with an introduction, a list of differential diagnoses followed by a discussion on history taking, examination of the patient and investigations as guided by the differential diagnoses. At the end of each chapter, there is additional information provided about the treatment and a list of latest guidelines from various societies to refer to. Some new chapters have been incorporated in the obstetric section. These include chapters on Pregnant women with multiple pregnancy, Rh-negative pregnancy, Decreased fetal movements, Positive aneuploidy test, and Suspected fetal growth restriction. In the General section, new topics include Cardiotocography, Endoscopic equipment and instruments, Minor procedures in the labor room and Government initiatives to improve maternal and neonatal health.