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Problems and Solutions
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Male Infertility: Problems and Solutions provides a summary of state of the art developments in male infertility for both new and experienced practitioners. Written in a clear, concise and readable style, this volume allows the reader to obtain rapid answers to this challenging medical issue. Special emphasis is placed on diagnostic and treatment algorithms. Topics covered include interpretation of semen analysis and advanced testing, endocrine and genetic evaluation, diagnosis of azoospermia as well as an up-to-date interpretation and analysis of the many new therapies available for the treatment of male factor infertility. Male Infertility: Problems and Solutions provides rapid acquisition of pertinent background and development of management plans through the use of concise discussion and treatment algorithms and thus will be of great value to general urologists, gynecologists, primary care providers and allied health providers who manage infertility in both men as well as women.


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Thoroughly reviews all state of the art developments in male infertility for both new and experienced practitioners.


Provides concise and readable text to allow the readers to obtain rapid acquisition of pertinent background and development of management plans through the use of concise discussion and treatment algorithms.


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Male Infertility: Problems and Solutions provides a summary of state of the art developments in male infertility for both new and experienced practitioners. Written in a clear, concise and readable style, this volume allows the reader to obtain rapid answers to this challenging medical issue. Special emphasis is placed on diagnostic and treatment algorithms. Topics covered include interpretation of semen analysis and advanced testing, endocrine and genetic evaluation, diagnosis of azoospermia as well as an up-to-date interpretation and analysis of the many new therapies available for the treatment of male factor infertility. Male Infertility: Problems and Solutions provides rapid acquisition of pertinent background and development of management plans through the use of concise discussion and treatment algorithms and thus will be of great value to general urologists, gynecologists, primary care providers and allied health providers who manage infertility in both men as well as women.


Contents:

The Initial Consultation for Male Infertility
Wayne Kuang, MD



Interpretation of Basic Semen Analysis and Advanced Semen Testing
Ashok Agarwal. PhD



Azoospermia: Diagnosis and Management
Sijo Parekattil, MD



Ejaculatory Dysfunction
Dana Ohl, MD



Genetic Issues with Male Fertility
Robert Oates, MD



Endocrinopathies
Craig Niederberger, MD



Female fertility: Implications on Management of Male Factor
Jeff Goldberg, MD



Varicocele--To fix or not to fix
Fabio Pasqualatto, MD



Medical Management of Male Infertility
Robert Brannigan, MD



Surgical Reconstructions of Obstruction
Edmund Sabanegh, Jr, MD



Techniques for Sperm Harvest
Peter Schlegel, MD



Sperm Banking--When, Why and How?
Dan French, MD



Assisted Reproduction--Which Type is Right?
Nina Desai, PhD/Jim Goldfarb, MD



Ethical Dilemmas with Infertility
Anthony Thomas, MD


PRODUCT DETAILS

ISBN-13: 9781607611929
Publisher: Springer (Humana Press)
Publication date: October, 2010
Pages: 148
Weight: 479g
Availability: POD
Subcategories: General, Reproductive Medicine, Urology
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“In this textbook edited by Edmund Sabanegh, and with contributions from more than 30 authors considered worldwide experts in various fields of reproductive medicine, the reader is provided with an exhaustive overview of male infertility. … This publication is well-illustrated and includes many decisional trees, high quality photographs and figures. Urologists and various physicians involved in reproduction will find a useful information in this well presented and edited textbook.” (European Urology Today, April/May, 2011)