Investigating Infertility, 1e (True PDF)

Investigating Infertility, 1e

by García-Velasco Juan A, Banker Manish, Gutgutia Rohit

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Author/Editor García-Velasco Juan A, Banker Manish, Gutgutia Rohit
ISBN 9789385999017
Speciality Obstetrics and Gynecology
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/13005
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2017
Pages 232
Book Type Professional
Book Series Infertility Management Series

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The objective of this book is to introduce the infertility management series. This book is a reference guide of contemporary and clinical infertility-related information distilled into a handbook. This book is easily readable and covers a wide range of subjects in ART, ranging from the management of infertility to the latest scientific advancements in preimplantation genetic diagnosis and embryo chromosomal screening. As a result, infertility has become a specialty of its own and the number of assisted reproductive technology (ART) clinics is growing exclusively to cater to the needs of these infertile couples. The layout of chapters is beautifully arranged to start with basics of human reproduction, very practical aspects of history taking and clinical examination to rather rarely discussed issues on the receptivity of endometrium and genetics. Evaluation and investigative details of ovarian function, tubal factor, and mechanical issues have been discussed in a very academic, yet lucid, manner. Since the gynecologist’s role is there as a first-level andrologist also, the issues in the male factor have been in earnest details. Lastly, the chapter on treatment of infertility has been dealt in a masterly manner. This book is valuable for the infertility practitioners, nurses, general obstetricians/gynecologists and infertility counselors, and a must-read for students and residents considering a career in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.

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