Ovarian Stimulation

Editat de Mohamed Aboulghar, Botros Rizk
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Ovarian stimulation is the starting point of reproductive medicine but the procedure can result in adverse reactions particularly the dangerous ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. Fully revised in line with modern practice of ovarian stimulation, this new edition is divided into six sections that cover mild forms, non-conventional forms, IVF, complications and their management, alternatives, and the practicalities of procedures. All aspects of ovarian stimulation are discussed including the different stimulation protocols from which to choose, the management of poor responders and hyper-responders, as well as stimulation in patients with PCOS. Comprehensively reviewing the modern approach to ovarian stimulation, the alternative procedures are also described, both in IVF and other methods of assisted reproduction. Written by leading experts on reproductive health and fertility, this book will assist infertility specialists, gynecologists, reproductive endocrinologists and radiologists in determining successful treatment for their patients.

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ISBN-13: 9781107135970
ISBN-10: 1107135974
Pagini: 350
Dimensiuni: 182 x 260 x 24 mm
Greutate: 0.73 kg
Ediția: 2 Revizuită
Editura: Cambridge University Press
Colecția Cambridge University Press
Locul publicării: New York, United States


List of contributors; About the editors; Foreword; Preface; Part I. Mild Forms of Ovarian Stimulation: 1. Oral agents for ovarian stimulation Mohamed F. Mitwally and Robert F. Casper; 2. Ovulation induction for anovulatory patients Evert J. P. van Santbrink and Bart C. J. M. Fauser; 3. Ovarian hyperstimulation in combination with intrauterine insemination Ben J. Cohlen and Astrid E. P. Cantineau; 4. Mild approaches in ovarian stimulation Adrija Kumar Datta, Stuart Campbell, and Geeta Nargund; 5. The case against mild stimulation protocols Carlotta Zacà, Francesca Pennetta, and Andrea Borini; Part II. Ovarian Hyperstimulation for IVF: 6. GnRH agonists for ovarian hyperstimulation Lina El-Taha, Botros Rizk, Jad Farid Assaf, and Johnny Awwad; 7. Role of GnRH antagonist in assisted reproduction Mohamed Aboulghar; 8. Gonadotropins in ovarian stimulation Madelon van Wely and Monique Mochtar; 9. Egg donation: Implications for counseling donor and recipient, donor preparation, and recipient preparation Ernesto Bosch and Pilar Alama; 10. Progestin-primed ovarian stimulation Xuefeng Lu and Yanping Kuang; 11. Ovarian stimulation in poor responders Qiuju Chen and Yanping Kuang; Part III. Difficulties and Complications of Ovarian Stimulation and Implantation: 12. Ovarian stimulation in difficult IVF cases Amina Oumeziane and Samira Barbara; 13. Polycystic ovary syndrome: Ovulation induction strategies Lina El-Taha, Botros Rizk, William Ledger, and Johnny Awwad; 14. Polycystic ovary syndrome: Controlled ovarian stimulation Lina El-Taha, Botros Rizk, William Ledger, and Johnny Awwad; 15. Prevention of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome Mohamed Youssef, Abdel-Maguid Ramzy, and Botros Rizk; 16. Treatment of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome Mohamed Youssef, Abdel-Maguid Ramzy, and Botros Rizk; 17. How to individualize ovarian stimulation protocols to avoid difficulties and complications Suleiman Ghunaim, Raja Sayegh, and Johnny Awwad; 18. Endometrial receptivity Eva Gómez, Jose Miravet-Valenciano, Diana Valbuena, and Carlos Simon; 19. Folliculogenesis and implantation failure Antonis Makrigiannakis and Panagiotis; Part IV. Non-conventional Forms Used during Ovarian Stimulation: 20. Adjuncts for ovarian stimulation Alexander M. Quaas and David R. Meldrum; 21. Luteinizing hormone supplementation during ovarian stimulation Ioannis E. Messinis, Christina I. Messini, George Anifandis, and Alexandros Daponte; 22. Ovulation induction for hypogonadotropic hypogonadism Lina El-Taha, Botros Rizk, Chantal Farra, and Johnny Awwad; Part V. Alternatives to Ovarian Hyperstimulation and Delayed Transfer: 23. Hyperprolactinemia Botros Rizk and Natalie L. Shammas; 24. Ovarian cautery for polycystic ovary syndrome Gabor T. Kovacs; 25. Elective freeze-all embryos policy Mehmet Cihat Unlu and Ahmet Yigit Cakiroglu; Part VI. Procedures Before, During, and After Ovarian Stimulation: 26. Ultrasound monitoring for ovulation induction: Pitfalls and problems Mona M. Aboulghar and Yomna Islam; 27. The use of GnRH agonists to trigger final oocyte maturation during controlled ovarian stimulation Anastasia Salameh, Sara Faour, and Johnny Awwad; 28. The luteal phase support in in vitro fertilization Biljana Popovic-Todorovic and Human Mousavi Fatemi; 29. Luteal phase support other than progesterone Dalia Khalife, Nour Assaf, and Johnny Awwad; 30. Ovarian reserve as a guide for ovarian stimulation Hassan N. Sallam, Ahmed F. Galal, and Nooman H. Sallam; Index.