Ovarian Stimulation covers all the basic and advanced aspects of ovarian stimulation for women undergoing ovulation induction and assisted reproduction. It gives a comprehensive review of the modern approach to ovarian stimulation and its alternatives - both in IVF and in other areas of reproductive endocrinology where it is employed. The book is divided into six sections that cover mild forms, non-conventional forms, IVF, complications and their management, alternatives, and procedures. The chapters are clearly written and well illustrated, discussing a wide range of relevant topics, including the protocols of gonadotropin, oral agents for ovulation induction, aromatase inhibitors and surgical induction of ovulation, ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, and alternatives to drug treatment. Written by leading experts on reproductive health and fertility, it will assist infertility specialists, gynecologists, reproductive endocrinologists and radiologists in determining their patients' treatment.
- Electronic book text | 288 pages
- 08 Mar 2011
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 76 b/w illus. 24 tables
Table of contents
Preface; Part I. Mild Forms of Ovarian Stimulation: 1. Oral agents for ovulation induction 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. Mild ovarian stimulation with IUI Ben J. Cohlen and Astrid E. P. Cantineau; 4. Mild approaches in ovarian hyperstimulation Geeta Nargund and Claire Basille; Part II. Ovarian Hyperstimulation for IVF: 5. GnRH agonist for ovarian hyperstimulation Richard Fleming; 6. GnRH antagonist for ovarian hyperstimulation Mohamed Aboulghar; 7. Gonadotrophin for ovarian hyperstimulation Madelon van Wely and Monique Mochtar; 8. Progesterone during ovarian hyperstimulation Ernesto Bosch; Part III. Difficulties and Complication of Ovarian Stimulation: 9. Ovarian hyperstimulation for poor responders William B. Schoolcraft and Eric S. Surrey; 10. Ovarian stimulation for PCO patients Carol Coughlan and William Leigh Ledger; 11. Complication of ovarian hyperstimulation Botros Rizk and Mohamed Aboulghar; 12. How to select ovarian stimulation protocol to avoid difficulties and complications Ziad Rafic Hubayter and Suheil J. Muasher; Part IV. Non-Conventional Forms Used During Ovarian Stimulation: 13. Adjuncts for ovarian hyperstimulation David R. Meldrum; 14. hCG and LH supplementation during ovarian hyperstimulation Marco Filicori, G. E. Cognigni, W. Ciampaglia, P. Pocognoli, C. Tabarelli, L. Parmegiani and A. Arnone; 15. Ovulation induction for hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism Paraskevi Xekouki and George Tolis; Part V. Alternatives to Ovarian Hyperstimulation: 16. Natural cycle IVF Mauro Schimberni, Marco Sbracia, Annalise Giallonardo and Francesco Morgia; 17. In vitro maturation of oocytes Baris Ata, Dan Levin, Hananel Holzer and Seang Lin Tan; 18. Treatment of hyper-prolactenemia Hany F. Moustafa, Botros Rizk, Ahmet Helvacioglu and Shannon Gilmore; 19. Laparoscopic ovarian drilling Gabor T. Kovacs; Part VI. Procedures Before, During and After Ovarian Stimulation: 20. US monitoring for ovulation induction: pitfalls and problems Mona M. Aboulghar; 21. Triggering ovulation during ovarian stimulation Georg Griesinger; 22. Luteal phase support Biljana Popovic-Todorovic and Human Mousavi Fatemi; 23. Ovarian reserve as a guide for ovarian hyperstimulation Luciano G. Nardo and Lamiya Mohiyiddeen; Index.
About Botros R. M. B. Rizk
Mohamed Aboulghar is Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University and Clinical Director, The Egyptian IVF-ET Center, Maadi, Cairo, Egypt. Botros Rizk is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Director, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility and Adjunct Professor, College of Allied Health, University of South Alabama College of Medicine, AL, USA.