By K. H. Broer, I. Turanli (auth.), Prof. Dr. med. Karl Heinz Broer, Dr. med. Ismet Turanli (eds.)
In the previous couple of years speedy advances were made in reproductive drugs, making it beneficial for these concerned to on a regular basis replace their wisdom. the aim of this ebook is to explain the state-of-the-art during this box, making it attainable for the reader to realize an orientation between all of the diagnostic and healing potentials of recent reproductive drugs with a purpose to recommend sufferers absolutely. Chapters from the fields of gynecology, and reproductive drugs in a particular experience supply wisdom approximately those matters. Authors of overseas status have contributed chapters on their specialties. those chapters jointly shape a booklet describing the cutting-edge within the analysis and remedy of sterility in gynecology and andrology.
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The field of reproductive medicine has attracted great interest, far beyond the scope of our gynecologic profession. It should be allowed to develop further in the same way as other fields of medicine flourish, guided by science, conscience, and compassion. The juxtamedical expansion of the field is something that could not have been foreseen 100 years ago. References Abdalla HI, Baber RJ, Kirkland A et al (1989) pregnanc! in women with premature ovarian failure using tubal and intrauterine transfer 0 cryopreserved zygotes.