The field of infertility and practice one of continuous innovation and change. Now in its Third Edition, Infertility in Practice has been updated extensively and beautifully illustrated with informative line diagrams and photographs.
Taken from a modern perspective, the very latest in infertility management has been approached to provide a practical guide for clinicians. The table of contents has been updated to revise such areas as polycystic ovary syndrome, the ethics behind infertility, knowing when to stop treatment, counseling, and reviewing the emerging technologies used in ART.
A thoroughly comprehensive book that provides sound theory and evidence-based therapy, it is a must for an practitioner dealing with infertility.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Reproductive Medicine and Assisted Reproductive Techniques Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 9.50(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
ADAM H. BALEN is Professor of Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at St. James’ University Hospital, Leeds General Infirmary and the University of Leeds, Leeds, UK.
Table of Contents
Preface. Foreword. Section I: Infertility – background, diagnosis and counseling. 1. Infertility – epidemiology, diagnosis, counseling. 2. Prevention of infertility. 3. Planning a pregnancy. 4. Obesity and reproduction. 5. Investigation infertility. 6. Counseling. Section II: Management – diagnosis and treatment. 7. Anovulatory infertility and ovulation induction. 8. Polycystic ovary syndrome. 9. Ovarian failure and resistant ovary syndrome. 10. Endometriosis. 11. Tubal infertility and fibroids. 12. Male factor infertility. 13. Unexplained infertility. Section III: Assisted contraception, ethics, and the Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority. 14. Assisted conception. 15. The Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority (HFEA). 16. Ethical Issues. 17. Follow-up of children born from assisted reproduction techniques. Section IV: Complications of treatment. 18. Complications of ovarian stimulation. 19. Emerging therapies. Section V. Pregnancy. 20. Miscarriage after fertility treatment. 21. Recurrent miscarriage. 22. Ectopic pregnancy. Section VI: Treatment Failure 23. When to stop treatment and other options.