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Reproductive Surgery in Assisted Conception

Metwally, Mostafa, Li, Tin-Chiu (Eds.)

2015, X, 215 p. 102 illus., 84 illus. in color.

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  • About this book

  • ​​Provides a detailed review of IVF surgical techniques relative to other fertility treatments such as assisted conception 
  • Invaluable as a reference of how and when surgical intervention may be used either standalone or in combination with other fertility treatments
  • Reviews the results of these reproductive surgery techniques​  

This evidence-based book examines the role of reproductive surgery in the current age of IVF and in modern medical practice. The authors provide a detailed insight into surgical techniques and where such practices stand relative to other fertility treatments such as assisted conception techniques. 

Reproductive Surgery in Assisted Conception is a useful reference book for current practicing reproductive surgeons as well as those training in the field. It is also invaluable to other fertility practitioners wishing to gain more insight into how and when surgical intervention may be used as either a standalone fertility treatment or to improve success rates of other fertility treatments.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Assisted Conception - Assisted Reproductive Technology - Fallopian Tube - Infertility - Laparoscopy - Reproductive Surgery

Related subjects » Gynecology - Surgery

Table of contents 

​​Part I. Tubal Factor Unfertility.- 1. Distal Tubal Disease.- 2. Proximal Tubal Disease.- Part II. Endometriosis.- 3. Endometriosis and Infertility.- 4. Endometrioma and Infertility: Principles and Techniques of Management.- 5. The Impact of Endometrioma and its Surgical Treatment on Ovarian Reserve and Reproductive Performance.- Part III. The Ovary.-  6. Laparoscopic Ovarian Drilling.- 7. Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation.- Part IV. Uterine Fibroids.- 8. Fibroids and Infertility: Principles and Techniques of Management.- 9. Submucous Fibroids and Infertility.- 10. The Management of Intramural Fibroids in Women with Infertility.- 11. Abdominal Myomectomy.- 12. Principles and Techniques of Laparoscopic Myomectomy.- 13. Infertility and Uterine Artery Embolisation.- Part V. Obesity and Reproductive Surgery.- 14. Laparoscopy in the Obese Patient.- 15. Bariatric Surgery.- Part VI. Adhesions.- 16. Adhesions: Effects on Fertility and Pervention.- 17. Prevention of Intrauterine Adhesions.- Part VII. The Uterine Cavity and Endometrium.- 18. Uterine Anomalies.- 19. Principles of Hysteroscopic Surgery.- 20. Uterine Septum.- 21. Endometrial Polyps and Infertility.- 22. Local Endometrial Trauma: A Treatment Strategy to Improve Implantation Rates.- Part VIII. Surgical Management of Male Infertility.- 23. Surgical Management of Male Infertility.

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