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Principles and Practice of Assisted Human Reproduction, by Robert G. Edwards, Steven A. Brody

Principles and Practice of Assisted Human Reproduction

by Robert G. Edwards and Steven A. Brody

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Format: Hardcover, 1st ed., 692pp. 
ISBN: 0721636268
Publisher: Saunders W B Co 
Pub. Date: May 1995

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London Women's Clinic, U.K. Reference on the current practice of assisted reproduction, for obstetricians and residents. Discusses male and female infertility, relevant basic science, and specific techniques. Halftone illustrations. DNLM: Reproduction Techniques.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Human Fecundity and Assisted Conception   1

Ch. 2 History and Ethics of Assisted Human Conception   17

Ch. 3 Spermatogenesis, Ejaculation, and Spermatozoa   49

Ch. 4 Evaluation and Treatment of the Infertile Man  109

Ch. 5 Human Menstrual and Ovarian Cycles   151

Ch. 6 Evaluation and Treatment of the Infertile Woman   195

Ch. 7 Natural Cycle and Ovarian Stimulation in Assisted Conception   233

Ch. 8 Oocyte Growth, Maturation, and Fertilization   285

Ch. 9 Human Fertilization in the Laboratory   351

Ch. 10 The Human Embryo in Vivo and in Vitro   415

Ch. 11 Implantation Rates During IVF, GIFT, and Other Forms of Assisted Conception   475

Ch. 12 Pre-conception and Pre-implantation Diagnosis of Genetic Traits in Human Spermatozoa, Eggs, and Embryos   519

Ch. 13 Implantation and Early Pregnancy After Assisted Conception   555

Ch. 14 Diagnosis and Management of Abnormal and Threatened Pregnancies After Assisted Conception   607

Ch. 15 Fecundity, Parturition, and Birth After Assisted Conception   651

Index   677

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