Infertility Management Series: Abnormalities of the Pelvis

by Juan A Garcia-Velasco, Manish Banker, Sneha Sathe, Ritu Hinduja

This book focuses on Infertility Management Series: Abnormalities of the Pelvis. Pelvic abnormalities like fibroids, endometriosis, genital tuberculosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, etc. in women challenged with infertility, often pose a dilemma to the treating clinician. While many of these abnormalities are known to have detrimental effects on the outcome of assisted reproductive technology (ART), deciding the correct management can sometimes be tricky, with no defined rights and wrongs. This book consists of 10 chapters, which covers the fibroids and infertility, management options for endometrioma associated with infertility, pelvic extraovarian endometriosis, genital tuberculosis, pelvic inflammatory disease and its consequences, the patient with congenital uterine anomalies, evaluation and treatment for improving assisted reproductive technology outcomes, and gynecological cancers and fertility. This book reviews the recent and rapidly growing literature related to these pathologies, in particular their management. Such a book on pelvic pathology provides an abundance of up-to-date practical and theoretical information and also serves as a comprehensive guide to many specialists or gynecologists who wish to improve their understanding of this specialty.

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Book Detail

Editor
1. Garcia-Velasco Juan A
2. Banker Manish
3. Sathe Sneha
4. Hinduja Ritu
Editor's Affiliation
1. IVI Madrid, Spain; Madrid University, Spain
2. Nova IVI Fertility; Pulse Women’s Hospital; Scientific Committee, IFFS 2016, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
3. Nova IVI Fertility, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
4. Nova IVI Fertility, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
ISBN
9789352702893
Speciality
Obstetrics and Gynecology
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/18031
Edition
1/e
Publishing Year
2018
Pages
171
Book Type
Professional

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