Human Assisted Reproductive Technology : Future Trends in Laboratory and Clinical Practice
Human Assisted Reproductive Technology: Future Trends in Laboratory and Clinical Practice offers a collection of concise, practical review articles on cutting-edge topics within reproductive medicine. Each article presents a balanced view of clinically relevant information and looks ahead to how practice will change over the next five years. The clinical section discusses advances in reproductive surgery and current use of robotic surgery for tubal reversal and removal of fibroids. It looks into the refinement of surgical procedures for fertility preservation purposes. Chapters also discuss non-invasive diagnosis of endometriosis with proteomics technology, new concepts in ovarian stimulation and in the management of polycystic ovary syndrome, and evidence-based ART. The embryology section discusses issues ranging from three-dimensional in-vitro ovarian follicle culture, and morphometric and proteomics analysis of embryos, to oocyte and embryo cyropreservation. This forward-looking volume of review articles is key reading for reproductive medicine physicians, gynecologists, reproductive endocrinologists, urologists and andrologists.
- Electronic book text | 250 pages
- 22 May 2011
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 72 b/w illus. 23 colour illus. 53 tables
Table of contents
1. Use of robotics in reproductive surgery Michelle Catenacci, Carrie Bedient and Tommaso Falcone; 2. Removal of hydrosalpinges and uterine leiomyoma to improve IVF outcome Eric S. Surrey; 3. Ovarian endometriomas: effect on IVF outcome Gabriel de la Fuente and Juan A. Garcia-Velasco; 4. Impact of uterine cavity abnormalities on IVF and pretreatment cavity evaluation Steven F. Palter; 5. Sperm retrieval techniques Sandro C. Esteves and Ashok Agarwal; 6. New concepts in ovarian stimulation Ying Cheong, Nick Brook and Nick Macklon; 7. GnRH antagonists in ART Efstratios M. Kolibianakis and Georg Griesinger; 8. Pharmacogenetics of ovarian stimulation in the 21st century Valeria Pugni and Manuela Simoni; 9. Non-invasive diagnosis of endometriosis with proteomics technologies Lewis K. Pannell, Ashley R. Mott and Christopher B. Rizk; 10. Antiangiogenic agents for endometriosis Edurne Novella-Maestre, Carlos Simon, Juan Antonio Garcia-Velasco and Antonio Pellicer; 11. New concepts in the management of polycystic ovary syndrome Roy Homburg; 12. Adjuvant therapy to increase implantation rates David Meldrum; 13. Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome Botros R. M. B. Rizk; 14. The evidence-based practice of assisted reproduction Hassan N. Sallam; 15. Three-dimensional in vitro ovarian follicle culture Eugene Galdones, Lonnie D. Shea and Teresa K. Woodruff; 16. Artificial gametes Jan Tesarik and Raquel Mendoza Tesarik; 17. Current status and future trends of the clinical practice of human oocyte in vitro maturation Robert B. Gilchrist, Johan E. J. Smitz and Jeremy G. Thompson; 18. Oocyte and zona imaging David L. Keefe; 19. Granulosa cells and their impact on human ART Laurie J. McKenzie; 20. Sperm diagnosis: selecting the best sperm for IVF/ICSI treatment Denny Sakkas; 21. Embryo culture in the 21st century Mark T. Johnson and David K. Gardner; 22. Morphometric analyzes of embryos Jennifer Kahn, Thomas Elliott and Zsolt Peter Nagy; 23. Embryo biopsy: towards trophectoderm isolation and blastocyst analysis William B. Schoolcraft and Jeanine Cieslak Janzen; 24. Analysis of the embryonic transcriptome Claude Robert, Andrew J. Watson and Marc-Andre Sirard; 25. Analysis of embryo-derived factors as markers of developmental potential and viability Chris O'Neill; 26. Proteomics analysis of the endometrium and embryo: can we improve IVF outcome? Francisco Dominguez, Tamara Garrido and Carlos Simon; 27. Analysis of embryo metabolism and the metabolome to identify the most viable embryo within a cohort David K. Gardner; 28. Oocyte and embryo cryopreservation T. Mukaida; Index.
'... educational, well written and comprehensive ...' Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica
About Tommaso Falcone
David K. Gardner is Head of the Department of Zoology, University of Melbourne, Australia. Botros R. M. B. Rizk is Professor and Head of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, University of South Alabama College of Medicine, and Medical and Scientific Director, University of South Alabama In Vitro Fertilization Laboratory, Mobile, AL, USA. Tommaso Falcone is Professor and Chair of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women's Health Institute, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH, USA.