Ultrasound in Subfertility

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  • Author : K Jayaprakasan
  • Publisher : Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
  • Pages : 232 pages
  • ISBN : 9352705076
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Download or Read online Ultrasound in Subfertility full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by K Jayaprakasan and published by Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers which was released on 16 August 2018 with total page 232 pages. We cannot guarantee that Ultrasound in Subfertility book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. The second edition of this comprehensive reference provides practitioners with the latest advances in the use of ultrasound for diagnosis and management of subfertility. Divided into thirteen chapters, the book begins with an introduction to the principles and applications of ultrasound, and examination techniques and in pelvic assessment. The next sections cover the use of ultrasound for the diagnosis of different gynaecological conditions that may affect fertility, followed by ultrasound-guided procedures in assisted reproduction and potential complications. The text concludes with chapters on ultrasound in male infertility, and three-dimensional ultrasound in subfertility. Edited by recognised experts in the field, the text is further enhanced by more than 400 ultrasound images and is accompanied by an interactive DVD ROM providing video clips for each clinical scenario described in the book. Key points Second edition presenting latest advances in use of ultrasound in subfertility Includes DVD ROM of video clips demonstrating clinical scenarios Internationally recognised editor team Previous edition (9789351520108) published in 2014

Ultrasound in Subfertility

Ultrasound in Subfertility
  • Author : K Jayaprakasan,Sonal Panchal
  • Publisher : Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
  • Release : 16 August 2018
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The second edition of this comprehensive reference provides practitioners with the latest advances in the use of ultrasound for diagnosis and management of subfertility. Divided into thirteen chapters, the book begins with an introduction to the principles and applications of ultrasound, and examination techniques and in pelvic assessment. The next sections cover the use of ultrasound for the diagnosis of different gynaecological conditions that may affect fertility, followed by ultrasound-guided procedures in assisted reproduction and potential complications. The text concludes

Subfertility E Book

Subfertility  E Book
  • Author : Aisha Sheikh,Rehana Rehman
  • Publisher : Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Release : 11 December 2020
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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

The Subfertility Handbook

The Subfertility Handbook
  • Author : Gab Kovacs
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 11 November 2010
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The fully revised and updated second edition of this practical handbook provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of subfertility, including treatment and diagnosis. Each chapter is written by a recognized world expert in the field and, together, they aim to provide state of the art answers to all the problems of subfertility in a single volume. The introductory chapter provides a flow-chart approach to systematic diagnosis and treatment. Clearly written and easy to read, the subsequent chapters describe what questions

Subfertility

Subfertility
  • Author : Rehana Rehman,Aisha Sheikh, MD
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 15 October 2020
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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

Subfertility

Subfertility
  • Author : Julie Reid
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 01 January 2000
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It is estimated that 25 per cent of couples now experience reproductive problems and fertility rates are continuing to drop. This book looks at couples who have suucessfully conceived using natural therapies such as naturopathy, acupuncture, homeopathy and osteopathy

ABC of Subfertility

ABC of Subfertility
  • Author : Peter Braude,Alison Taylor
  • Publisher : BMJ Books
  • Release : 09 February 2004
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Written by a team of infertility experts, this guide addresses the complex subject of subfertility. It begins with diagnosis in the male and female before presenting advice on all forms of assisted conception as well as counselling help with treatment decisions.

How to Diagnose and Treat Male Subfertility

How to Diagnose and Treat Male Subfertility
  • Author : Maartje Cissen
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 18 October 2021
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"Approximately 80% of subfertile couples still have a chance to conceive naturally and the most important thing is to assess whether any form of medical assistance will increase their chance of pregnancy over continuing natural conception. In couples with male subfertility, IUI, IVF and ICSI are frequently used fertility treatments. Evidence-based guidelines on male subfertility are limited and the use of medically assisted reproduction is generally experience-based. In roughly 1% of subfertile couples the male partner is diagnosed with non-obstructive azoospermia. Men

Perspectives on Parenthood Subfertility and Fertility Treatments

Perspectives on Parenthood  Subfertility and Fertility Treatments
  • Author : Sophia Kazantzidou
  • Publisher : LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
  • Release : 01 August 2010
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The main aim of this study was to investigate deeply the experience of the subfertile couple living in a treatment-oriented society, by studying simultaneously the meaning attributed to parenthood and attitudes to reproductive technologies, which are highly connected. In this piece of work, the focus was on the accepted beliefs and expressions of parenthood, subfertility and fertility treatments as expressions of cultural meanings. One of the objectives of this research was to unravel both similarities and differences intra-culturally and cross-culturally

Subfertility Reproductive Endocrinology and Assisted Reproduction

Subfertility  Reproductive Endocrinology and Assisted Reproduction
  • Author : Jane A. Stewart
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 20 June 2019
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Reproductive medicine and surgery is a major subspecialty in the practice of obstetrics and gynaecology. This textbook provides an introduction to the field of subfertility and reproductive endocrinology, with contributions written by leading experts in the field. This book is based on and compliments a training programme run jointly by the British Fertility Society and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, making it an indispensable handbook for medical trainees. It will also appeal to clinicians embarking on a career

The Subfertility Handbook

The Subfertility Handbook
  • Author : Virginia Ironside,Sarah J. Biggs
  • Publisher : Sheldon Press
  • Release : 18 October 1995
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This straightforward book gives the facts about subfertility, detailed descriptions of diagnostic procedures, options for treatment and their likelihood of success

Identification of a Mechanism Underlying Heritable Subfertility in Roosters Homozygous for the Rose Comb Allele

Identification of a Mechanism Underlying Heritable Subfertility in Roosters Homozygous for the Rose Comb Allele
  • Author : Derek J. McLean
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 18 October 1997
GET THIS BOOK Identification of a Mechanism Underlying Heritable Subfertility in Roosters Homozygous for the Rose Comb Allele

The overall objective of this research was to define the cellular basis underlying heritable subfertility in roosters homozygous for the rose comb allele (R/R). Fertilization in the hen is preceded by the ascension of motile sperm through the vagina and sperm sequestration within sperm storage tubules (SST). The objective of the first set of experiments was to determine if reduced sperm sequestration could account for subfertility. Sperm sequestration differed between genotypes following intravaginal insemination (p0.0001). However, sperm sequestration did

The Enigma of Unexplained Subfertility

The Enigma of Unexplained Subfertility
  • Author : Alexandra Juliëtte Bensdorp
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 18 October 2021
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In Reproductive Medicine, when guiding couples with unexplained or mild male subfertility, there are two crucial questions. The first question is whom to treat? Which couples have favourable chances of conceiving naturally and which couples need treatment? To explore this question, we investigated whether we could improve our ability to accurately predict chances of natural conception for these couples by adding predictors to the established prediction model. We used data from a previous prospective cohort study to construct a revised