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Male Infertility: A Guide for the Clinician

by Anne M. Jequier

Purchase at:  Amazon.com 

Format: Hardcover, 1st ed., 375pp. 
ISBN: 0632051299
Publisher: Blackwell Science, Inc. 
Pub. Date: June 2000

Description from Amazon.com

Book Info 

King Edward Memorial Hospital, Perth, Western Australia. Deals with the clinical aspects of male infertility. Contents include the anatomy and physiology of the male genital tract, the analysis of semen, disorders of ejaculation, testicular cancer and fertility, genetics and infertility in the male, and more. For gynecologists. DNLM: Infertility, Male.

Description from BarnesandNoble.com

Synopsis

This is the only current book of its kind that guides clinicians on how to handle a patient with infertility and an abnormal semen analysis.

Annotation

Disc. mechanical disorders, genetics, spinal cord injury, cancer, endocrine causes; IVF, other treatments & options.

From Booknews

Jequier (obstetrics & gynecology, University of Western Australia) focuses on the clinical aspects of male infertility, providing only basic information relating to the science of andrology. The guide is particularly intended for gynecologists who are now more involved in the field due to the application of micro-assisted fertilization to the management of many forms of male infertility. Chapters discuss the analysis of semen, primary testicular disease, endocrine causes, disorders of ejaculation, spinal cord injury, vasectomy-related infertility, genetics, testicular cancer, and donor insemination. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
 


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