Office-Based Infertility Practice is an invaluable resource to all phy sicians treating infertile couples. The text emphasizes the practice o f infertility in the office setting, reflecting the current trend away from the hospital into the outpatient environment. The most current a nd advanced therapies available are discussed by recognized experts in the field. With over 60 illustrations, this book is a must for all i nfertility specialists, obstetrician-gynecologists, fellows, and resid ents. Its practical, comprehensive approach will be of daily use to th e office practitioner treating women of reproductive age.
|Publisher:||Springer New York|
|Product dimensions:||7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.02(d)|
Table of Contents
SECTION I - Evaluation and Practice: Introduction; 1. Evaluation of the Female; 2. Evaluation of the Male; 3. Detection and Therapeutic Approaches to Age Related Infertility; 4. The Role of Ultrasound in Infertility; 5. Coping with Infertility: Practical Psychosocial Issues; 6. The Impact of Managed Care on Office Based Infertility Practice. SECTION II - Procedures: 7. Basics of the Laboratory Set-Up in the Office; 8. Office Anesthesia; 9. Ovulation Induction and IUI; 10. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Hysteroscopy; 11. Endoscopic Evaluation of the Fallopian Tubes; 12. Transcervical Tubal Cannulation; 13. Office Minilaparoscopyfor Infertility; 14. Cervical Stenosis; 15. Office Treatment of of Male Reproductive Function; 16. Routine IVF in the Office Setting; 17. Unstimulated IVF and In-Vitro Oocyte Maturation; 18. Intratubal Gamete Transfer; 19. Complications of Ovulation Induction.