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Opis: Surgical and Medical Management of Male Infertility - Marc Goldstein

For many years, the focus of fertility research and treatment has been the female. In reality, at least half of all infertility cases have a male factor as a major or contributing cause. Recent advances in the diagnosis and treatment of male infertility have enabled pregnancies in cases where the male partner was previously considered to be untreatable or even sterile. With contributions from world-renowned experts, this comprehensive overview of male infertility covers anatomy, evaluation, treatment and prevention. The elucidation of the molecular genetics underpinning spermatogenesis and the development of new sperm function tests have increased our understanding of male infertility and led to new treatments which are discussed and evaluated. This volume presents the latest scientific developments in a clinically useful and practical format. The book is packaged with a high-quality surgical atlas on CD-ROM. This text will be valuable for urologists and reproductive endocrinologists at all levels.Preface; Part I. Anatomy and Physiology of the Male Reproductive System: 1. Anatomy and physiology of the male reproductive system Ray Costabile; Part II. Evaluation: 2. History and physical examination of the infertile male Moshe Wald; 3. Basic laboratory evaluation of the infertile male Marc Sigman; 4. Genetic evaluation of male infertility Robert D. Oates; 5. Auto-immunity to spermatazoa: its effect on male fertility, diagnosis and treatment Richard A. Bronson; 6. Imaging of the male reproductive system Elias Kazam and J. Jacob Kazam; 7. Testis biopsy John G. McGill and Robert E. Brannigan; 8. Vasography Vairavan S. Subramanian and Edmund Sabanegh, Jr; 9. Evaluation for ejaculatory duct obstruction Jonathan P. Jarow; Part III. Treatment of Obstructive Azoospermia: 10. Vasovasotomy Peter N. Kolettis and Marc Goldstein; 11. Vasoepididymostomy Matthew Roberts, Keith Jarvi and Peter Chan; 12. Ejaculatory duct obstruction Paul J. Turek; 13. Epididymal sperm aspiration Cigdem Tanrikut and Marc Goldstein; Part IV. Ejaculatory Disorders: 14. Anejaculation Raymond Sultan, Laurent Vaucher, Alexander Bolyakov and Darius A. Paduch; 15. Penile vibratory stimulation Nancy L. Brackett, Charles M. Lynne, Jens Sonksen and Dana A. Ohl; 16. Treatment of ejaculatory dysfunction Dana A. Ohl, Susanne A. Quallich, Jens Sonksen, Nancy L. Brackett and Charles M. Lynne; Part V. Varicocele, Hydrocele and Retractile Testes: 17. Varicocele Armand Zini and Jason M. Boman; 18. Hydrocele Paul Tonkin and Jay Sandlow; 19. Scrotal orchiopexy for adult retractile testis Marc Goldstein and Howard H. Kim; Part VI. Non-Obstructive Azoospermia: 20. Non-obstructive azoospermia: evolution of clinical concepts and treatment Peter N. Schlegel; Part VII. Non-surgical Treatments: 21. Specific medical therapy Rebecca Z. Sokol; 22. Klinefelter's syndrome Elena Gimenez, Michael Herman, Laurent Vaucher, Alexander Bolyakov and Darius A. Paduch; 23. Empirical and complementary treatment of male infertility Jeremy A. Davis and Ajay Nangia; Part VIII. Sexual Disorders: 24. Male sexual dysfunction and infertility Raanan Tal and John P. Mulhall; 25. The role of sex therapy for male infertility Michael A. Perelman and Elizabeth A. Grill; Part IX. Assisted Reproduction for Male Infertility: 26. In-vitro fertilization Zev Williams, Hey-Joo Kang and Zev Rosenwaks; 27. Intrauterine insemination Owen Davis; 28. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection Queenie V. Neri, Robert Maggiulli, Devin Monahan, Eugene Ermolovich, Zev Rosenwaks and Gianpiero D. Palermo; Part X. Other: 29. Male infertility and the environment: a plethora of associations based on a paucity of meaningful data Gary R. Klinefelter; 30. Fertility issues in pediatric urology Yefim Sheynkin; 31. Preservation of male fertility Kirk C. Lo and Matthew T. Roberts; 32. Testis preserving surgery for testis tumor Cigdem Tanrikut and Marc Goldstein; 33. Sperm cryopreservation Danielle L. Gilbert, Jennifer T. Anger and Bruce R. Gilbert; 34. Microsurgical training, animal models and research Philip S. Li, Howard H. Kim and Marc Goldstein; 35. Nursing considerations for the treatment of male infertility Sam Finkelberg, Peggy King, Joseph Kiper, Kim McGee and Kathleen Hart; 36. Cost effectiveness of male infertility treatments Richard Lee, Philip S. Li and Peter N. Schlegel; 37. Future of male infertility research and treatment Antoine A. Makhlouf and Craig S. Niederberger; Index.


Szczegóły: Surgical and Medical Management of Male Infertility - Marc Goldstein

Tytuł: Surgical and Medical Management of Male Infertility
Autor: Marc Goldstein
Producent: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521881098
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 320
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1 kg


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Surgical and Medical Management of Male Infertility

For many years, the focus of fertility research and treatment has been the female. In reality, at least half of all infertility cases have a male factor as a major or contributing cause. Recent advances in the diagnosis and treatment of male infertility have enabled pregnancies in cases where the male partner was previously considered to be untreatable or even sterile. With contributions from world-renowned experts, this comprehensive overview of male infertility covers anatomy, evaluation, treatment and prevention. The elucidation of the molecular genetics underpinning spermatogenesis and the development of new sperm function tests have increased our understanding of male infertility and led to new treatments which are discussed and evaluated. This volume presents the latest scientific developments in a clinically useful and practical format. The book is packaged with a high-quality surgical atlas on CD-ROM. This text will be valuable for urologists and reproductive endocrinologists at all levels.Preface; Part I. Anatomy and Physiology of the Male Reproductive System: 1. Anatomy and physiology of the male reproductive system Ray Costabile; Part II. Evaluation: 2. History and physical examination of the infertile male Moshe Wald; 3. Basic laboratory evaluation of the infertile male Marc Sigman; 4. Genetic evaluation of male infertility Robert D. Oates; 5. Auto-immunity to spermatazoa: its effect on male fertility, diagnosis and treatment Richard A. Bronson; 6. Imaging of the male reproductive system Elias Kazam and J. Jacob Kazam; 7. Testis biopsy John G. McGill and Robert E. Brannigan; 8. Vasography Vairavan S. Subramanian and Edmund Sabanegh, Jr; 9. Evaluation for ejaculatory duct obstruction Jonathan P. Jarow; Part III. Treatment of Obstructive Azoospermia: 10. Vasovasotomy Peter N. Kolettis and Marc Goldstein; 11. Vasoepididymostomy Matthew Roberts, Keith Jarvi and Peter Chan; 12. Ejaculatory duct obstruction Paul J. Turek; 13. Epididymal sperm aspiration Cigdem Tanrikut and Marc Goldstein; Part IV. Ejaculatory Disorders: 14. Anejaculation Raymond Sultan, Laurent Vaucher, Alexander Bolyakov and Darius A. Paduch; 15. Penile vibratory stimulation Nancy L. Brackett, Charles M. Lynne, Jens Sonksen and Dana A. Ohl; 16. Treatment of ejaculatory dysfunction Dana A. Ohl, Susanne A. Quallich, Jens Sonksen, Nancy L. Brackett and Charles M. Lynne; Part V. Varicocele, Hydrocele and Retractile Testes: 17. Varicocele Armand Zini and Jason M. Boman; 18. Hydrocele Paul Tonkin and Jay Sandlow; 19. Scrotal orchiopexy for adult retractile testis Marc Goldstein and Howard H. Kim; Part VI. Non-Obstructive Azoospermia: 20. Non-obstructive azoospermia: evolution of clinical concepts and treatment Peter N. Schlegel; Part VII. Non-surgical Treatments: 21. Specific medical therapy Rebecca Z. Sokol; 22. Klinefelter's syndrome Elena Gimenez, Michael Herman, Laurent Vaucher, Alexander Bolyakov and Darius A. Paduch; 23. Empirical and complementary treatment of male infertility Jeremy A. Davis and Ajay Nangia; Part VIII. Sexual Disorders: 24. Male sexual dysfunction and infertility Raanan Tal and John P. Mulhall; 25. The role of sex therapy for male infertility Michael A. Perelman and Elizabeth A. Grill; Part IX. Assisted Reproduction for Male Infertility: 26. In-vitro fertilization Zev Williams, Hey-Joo Kang and Zev Rosenwaks; 27. Intrauterine insemination Owen Davis; 28. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection Queenie V. Neri, Robert Maggiulli, Devin Monahan, Eugene Ermolovich, Zev Rosenwaks and Gianpiero D. Palermo; Part X. Other: 29. Male infertility and the environment: a plethora of associations based on a paucity of meaningful data Gary R. Klinefelter; 30. Fertility issues in pediatric urology Yefim Sheynkin; 31. Preservation of male fertility Kirk C. Lo and Matthew T. Roberts; 32. Testis preserving surgery for testis tumor Cigdem Tanrikut and Marc Goldstein; 33. Sperm cryopreservation Danielle L. Gilbert, Jennifer T. Anger and Bruce R. Gilbert; 34. Microsurgical training, animal models and research Philip S. Li, Howard H. Kim and Marc Goldstein; 35. Nursing considerations for the treatment of male infertility Sam Finkelberg, Peggy King, Joseph Kiper, Kim McGee and Kathleen Hart; 36. Cost effectiveness of male infertility treatments Richard Lee, Philip S. Li and Peter N. Schlegel; 37. Future of male infertility research and treatment Antoine A. Makhlouf and Craig S. Niederberger; Index.

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