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Atlas of Oocytes, Zygotes and Embryos in Reproductive Medicine
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  • Date Published: July 2012
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Mixed media product
  • isbn: 9781107004641

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  • The assessment and selection of oocytes and embryos is fundamental to the live birth rate data of all IVF units, the parameter that is used to gauge a clinic's success and credibility. This new atlas contains over 1000 high-quality images of oocytes, zygotes and embryos, presented with accompanying data on indications for treatment, stimulation type and duration, as well as short medical histories of each couple and final outcome of treatment. All images in the book can be downloaded from the accompanying CD-ROM. Structured on a patient-by-patient basis, the atlas describes 100 clinically documented case studies that follow the evolution of oocytes and zygotes between day two and day five. Pronuclear morphology and synchrony as well as embryo morphology are reported and described for each case. Written and produced by experienced embryologists, this practical atlas is an important resource for clinical embryologists and physicians in reproductive medicine.

    • Describes 100 clinically documented case studies, which can facilitate learning from daily practice
    • High-quality images provide an overview of a complete gamete cohort, showing up to five days of preimplantation development at one glance
    • Clear descriptions enable the reader to compare their own judgement with the authors' experiences
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    'A great new book for embryologists, although it may also be of interest to all people working in reproductive medicine, and patients too.' The Bulletin of the Royal College of Pathologists

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    • Date Published: July 2012
    • format: Mixed media product
    • isbn: 9781107004641
    • length: 272 pages
    • dimensions: 283 x 223 x 20 mm
    • weight: 1.19kg
    • contains: 790 colour illus.
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Female indications for treatment
    Clinical and laboratory protocols
    Controlled ovarian hyperstimulation
    Sperm preparation
    ICSI
    In vitro culture system
    Oocyte and embryo assessment
    Case histories: Part I. 'KSB': Cleavage Stage Transfer (Case Numbers 1–80):
    1. No female indication identified (cases 1–33)
    2. Tubal infertility (cases 34–40)
    3. Cervical hostility/fibroids (cases 41–44)
    4. Endometriosis (cases 45–60)
    5. Poor responder or ovulatory dysfunction (cases 61–71)
    6. Polycystic ovarian disease (cases 72–74)
    7. Hyperprolactinaemia/Hypothyroid (cases 75–79)
    8. Recurrent abortion (case 80)
    Part II. 'Linz': Extended Culture to Blastocyst Stage (Case Numbers 81–111):
    9. No female indication identified (cases 81–92)
    10. Unexplained, failed IVF (cases 93–94)
    11. Tubal infertility (cases 95–98)
    12. Endometriosis (cases 99–102)
    13. Polycystic ovarian disease (cases 103–109)
    14. Premature ovarian failure (case 110)
    15. Translocation (case 111).

  • Authors

    Marc Van den Bergh, Fertility Laboratory, Kantonsspital Baden
    Marc Van den Bergh is Senior Clinical Embryologist and Laboratory Director of the Fertility Laboratory, Kantonsspital Baden, Switzerland.

    Thomas Ebner, Landes- Frauen- und Kinderklinik, Linz
    Thomas Ebner is Scientific Lab Director at the Landes- Frauen- und Kinderklinik, Linz, Austria.

    Kay Elder, Bourn Hall Clinic, Cambridge
    Kay Elder is Senior Research Scientist, Bourn Hall Clinic, Bourn, Cambridge, UK.

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