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Sperm Collection and Processing Methods
A Practical Guide

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R. S. Jeyendran, Craig Niederberger, Jane M. Nani, David Chen, Robert Brannigan, Richard Schoor, Lawrence S. Ross, X. John Zhang, Andrew Ruiz
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  • Date Published: December 2004
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  • isbn: 9780511059230

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  • This practical guide to sperm collection and processing methods demonstrates the tremendous success of these procedures to help overcome infertility. This compilation, prepared by an interdisciplinary team of experts, will provide clinical and laboratory professionals from all areas of reproductive medicine with a comprehensive overview and a handy reference resource. Most sterility cases are now either treatable or entirely circumvented through various clinical techniques described in this volume, including surgical correction, hormone treatment, and various sperm enhancement technologies.

    • Describes new procedures that help alleviate even severe cases of male infertility
    • Summarises the experience of many experts involved in this area
    • Practical and accessible account with helpful illustrations and clear description of procedures
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    "[A] clear...well written and helpful guide to the practical management of a range of clinical and laboratory situations, some of which are relatively infrequently encountered." Stewart Irvine, Human Fertility

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    • Date Published: December 2004
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9780511059230
    • contains: 17 b/w illus. 20 colour illus.
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Sperm Procurement Methods R. S. Jeyendran and Craig Niederberger: Patient semen collection R. S. Jeyendran and Jane M. Nani
    Patient semen collection with assistance Jane M. Nani and R. S. Jeyendran
    Clinical semen collection David Chen and Robert Brannigan
    Anejaculatory men David Chen and R. S. Jeyendran
    Azoospermic men Robert Brannigan
    Clinical sperm collection Richard Schoor, Lawrence S. Ross and Craif Niederberger
    Part II. Sperm Processing Methods R. S. Jeyendran and X. John Zhang: General procedures: Sperm washing, sperm treatment and cryopreservation R. S. Jeyendran, Andrew Ruiz and X. John Zhang
    Sperm processing procedure for intrauterine insemination Andrew Ruiz and R. S. Jeyendran
    Sperm processing procedure for assisted reproductive technology X. John Zhang and R. S. Jeyendran.

  • Editor

    Rajasingam S. Jeyendran, Northwestern University Medical School, Illinois
    Dr R. S. Jeyendran is Director of Andrology Laboratory Services, Chicago, and Research Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago.

    Contributors

    R. S. Jeyendran, Craig Niederberger, Jane M. Nani, David Chen, Robert Brannigan, Richard Schoor, Lawrence S. Ross, X. John Zhang, Andrew Ruiz

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