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Progress in reproductive medicine. Volume II

Author: Ricardo H Asch; John Studd
Publisher: New York : Parthenon Pub. Group, 1995.
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This volume, the second of a series, provides up-to-date and detailed reviews of the most significant changes that are taking place in the field of reproductive medicine, and reviews the place of  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ricardo H Asch; John Studd
ISBN: 1850705747 9781850705741
OCLC Number: 36287045
Description: ix, 294 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Chromosomal analysis of oocytes and embryos: preimplantation diagnosis (Veiga). Congenital absence of the vas deferens and cystic fibrosis (Patrizio). The obstetric outcome of assisted reproductive techniques (Maloul et al. ). Local insulin-like growth factors in the ovary (Rojas et al.). Growth hormone administration in ovarian stimulation (Genazzani & Artini). Age and infertility (Rotsztejn et al.). Negative aspects of assisted reproductive technology (Goldsman & Asch). Biological rhythms in reproductive disorders (Yen). Mathematical models for predicting the timing of menopause (Gosden & Faddy). Design and analysis of infertility studies (Guzick). Immunological factors in pregnancy wastage: truth or fiction (Balasch). Photomedicine of the female genital tract (Tadir et al.). Age and obstetrics (Lagrew). The pathogenesis of pre-eclampsia: current theories (Cooper et al.). Hormone replacement therapy after breast cancer (Eden). Estrogens and Alzheimer's disease (Henderson & Pag anini-Hill). The treatment of severe premenstrual syndrome (Zamblera & Studd). The etiology of osteoporosis (Marsh & Stevenson). Psychosexual aspects of hysterectomy (Ryan & Dennerstein). Complications of laparoscopic surgery (Nezat et al.). Laparoscopic hysterectomy (Richardson & Magos). Endometrial biochemistry in menorrhagia (Cameron & Norman). Hysterectomy, bilateral oophorectomy and estradiol/testosterone implant therapy in the treatment of severe endometriosis (Henderson & Studd). Index.
Responsibility: edited by Ricardo Asch & John Studd.


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