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Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, by Edward E. Wallach, Howard A. Zacur

Reproductive Medicine and Surgery

by Edward E. Wallach (Editor), Howard A. Zacur

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Format: Hardcover, 1st ed., 1182pp. 
ISBN: 0801675049
Publisher: Mosby-Year Book, Incorporated 
Pub. Date: December 1994

Description from BarnesandNoble.com

From the Publisher

Wallach, Edward E., MD(Johns Hopkins Univ); Zacur, Howard A., MD, PhD(Johns Hopkins Univ)

The contributors represent the specialties of obstetrics/gynecology, endocrinology, urology, radiology, and genetics. Most are from universities and medical centers in the U.S. Institutions prominently represented include Johns Hopkins, Emory, UC Irvine, Harvard, and Eastern Virginia Medical School.

From Doody Review Services

Reviewer: James Aiman, MD (Medical College of Wisconsin)

Description: This comprehensive book provides up-to-date information about all aspects of reproductive medicine. The authors are international in scope and renown.

Purpose: This is intended to be a reference text that "unifies medical and surgical aspects of infertility while applying basic and fundamental principles to clinical situations." This book provides information about all aspects of reproductive endocrinology. This is a worthy objective that is nearly impossible to achieve in a single volume. The authors and editors have achieved their objective to a great extent.

Audience: This book is written for anyone whose clinical practice includes any aspect of reproductive health or disease; obstetricians and gynecologists are the primary target. The editors and authors are eminently qualified experts in their subjects.

Features: Most illustrations are decision-tree diagrams, tables, and graphs. Perhaps there are few photographs to conserve editorial space. The use of glossy paper may have enhanced the reproduction quality of the illustrations. References in all chapters are cited alphabetically, an indication that the editors have dictated a common style. The bibliography is current and extensive. The table of contents and index are thorough and useful to find a desired topic quickly.

Assessment: There is a very short list of authoritative, comprehensive texts in reproductive medicine. One is an elegant discourse on reproductive physiology, and another is a practical, clinical approach to common reproductive disorders. This book provides a superbblend of physiology and clinical reproductive medicine. This is a useful starting point for any clinical disorder in reproduction (infertility, menopause, amenorrhea, etc.) and may often be the only text the practitioner needs.

Table of Contents

1 Molecular Genetics in Reproductive Endocrinology   3

2 Reproductive Embryology and Sexual Differentiation   39

3 The Hypothalamus and Reproductive Disorders   60

4 Puberty in the Female Normal and Aberrant   79

5 Ovarian Follicular Growth and Maturation   137

6 Implantation   158

7 Primary Amenorrhea   169

8 Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding   184

9 Evaluation and Therapy of Hyperprolactinemia   196

10 Hyperandrogenism    209

11 Polycystic Ovary Syndrome   230

12 Thyroid Diseases   251

13 Reproduction and Disorders of Adrenal Function   274

14 Overview of Contraception   289

15 Metabolic Effects of Oral Contraceptives   317

16 Oral Contraceptives and Neoplasia   333

17 Expanding Contraceptive Choices for Men and Women   351

18 Evaluation of the Infertile Couple   363

19 Cervical Factor in Infertility   376

20 Male Factor Infertility   399

21 Immunologic Infertility   415

22 Sperm Antibodies   423

23 Diagnosis of Ovulatory Disorders   441

24 Luteal Phase Deficiency Diagnosis, Pathophysiology and Treatment   449

25 Unexplained Infertility   459

26 Beyond Conception: The Psychologic Dilemmas of Infertility and Assisted Reproductive Technology   468

27 Hysterosalpingography   481

28 Diagnostic and Therapeutic Laparoscopy   509

29 Semen Evaluation   526

30 Induction of Ovulation: General Concepts   555

31 Monitoring of Ovulation   569

32 Clomiphene Citrate Initiated Ovulation: The State of the Art   593

33 Human Gonadotropins   611

34 Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone and Analogues in Ovulation Induction   639

35 Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome   649

36 Adhesions in Reproductive Surgery   681

37 Endometriosis and its Medical Treatment   695

38 Surgical Treatment of Endometriosis   711

39 Leiomyomas   731

40 Surgery of the Male Reproductive Tract   747

41 Homologous Artificial Insemination   755

42 Therapeutic Donor Insemination   781

43 Cryopreservation of Sperm   795

44 Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer   806

45 Microscopic Assessment of Human Oocytes, Prezygotes, and Preembryos   819

46 In Vitro Fertilization and Assisted Reproductive Technologies   845

47 The Cryopreservation of Human Eggs and Embryos   860

48 Donor Oocytes in Assisted Reproduction   869

49 Repeated Pregnancy Loss   881

50 Development of Fetal Steroid-Producing Organs during Human Pregnancy   895

51 Ectopic Pregnancy   923

52 Lactation and Its Disorders   939

53 Menopause Overview   961

54 Premature Ovarian Failure and Hypergonadotropic Amenorrhea   982

55 Osteoporosis in the Postmenopausal Woman   993

56 Menopause, Hormone Therapy, and the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases: An Epidemiologic Perspective   1019

57 The Role of Ultrasound in the Management of Infertility   1031

58 Hysteroscopy and Endometrial Ablation   1047

59 Laser Surgery   1067

60 Microsurgical Tubal Reconstruction and Reversal of Sterilization   1074

61 Mullerian Duct Anomalies   1093

62 Radioimmunoassays   1115
 


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