SUBFERTILITY. RECENT ADVANCES FOR MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION

SUBFERTILITY. RECENT ADVANCES FOR MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION

Editorial:
MOSBY
Año de edición:
Materia
Ginecología
ISBN:
978-0-323-75945-8
Páginas:
210
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 10 días

Descuento:

-5%

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70,71 €

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67,17 €

Chapter 1: Anatomy and embryology of male and female reproductive systems
Chapter 2: Reproductive endocrine physiology
Chapter 3: Reproductive cycle
Chapter 4: Ovarian reserve
Chapter 5: Introduction to subfertility
Chapter 6: Impact of subfertility
Chapter 7: Polycystic ovary syndrome and subfertility
Chapter 8: Endometriosis and subfertility
Chapter 9: Thyroid imbalance and subfertility
Chapter 10: Pituitary disorders and subfertility
Chapter 11: Oxidative stress and oocyte microenvironment
Chapter 12: Assisted reproductive techniques
Chapter 13: Way forward

With the increased prevalence of subfertility (any form of reduced fertility with prolonged time of unwanted non-conception) and the number of subfertile patients turning to assisted reproductive clinics for help, Subfertility: Recent Advances for Management and Prevention is a much-needed resource for today’s health care providers. Written by doctors with extensive expertise in the areas of reproductive physiology and endocrinology, it provides a description of the methods for achieving conception, an overview of the causes of subfertility and how to detect them, a review of the psychological impact of subfertility, guidelines for the treatment of subfertility, and a look at assisted reproductive technologies.

Features:
• A holistic approach to the causes and treatment of subfertility
• A review of the most recent advances for improving assisted reproductive techniques
• A review of reproductive physiology and the causes of subfertility, with special focus on endocrine abnormalities that lead to subfertility.

Authors
• Rehana Rehman, Associate Professor & Vice Chair Research of Graduate Studies, Aga Khan University.
• Aisha Sheikh, MD, She is Consultant Endocrinologist and faculty member at the Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH) and MIDEM, Karachi, Pakistan. She is a tutor for postgraduate diploma in diabetes and endocrinology at the University of South Wales (UK).