This contemporary account of male fertility provides a much needed bridge between those seeking to understand the subject from an evolutionary and biological perspective and those with clinical responsibility for the investigation and treatment of infertility.Table of Contents Part I. Biological Perspectives: 1. The evolution of the sexual arena Jack Cohen2. The role of sperm competition in reproduction Tim Birkhead3. Sperm production and delivery in mammals, including man Hector Dott and Tom Glover4. The local control of spermatogenesis Kate Lakoski Loveland and David de Kretser5. Some misconceptions of the human epididymis Roy Jones6. Transport of spermatozoa to the egg and fertilisation success Jackson Brown, Steve Publicover and Chris Barratt7. Changes in human male reproductive health Stewart IrvinePart II. Implications of the New Technologies: 8. ICSI: the revolution and the portents Herman Tournaye9. The genetic basis of male fertility Pasquale Patrizio and Diana Broomfield10. The treatment of azoospermia with surgery and ICSI Sherman Silber11. The challenge of asthenozoospermia Chris Ford12. Molecular techniques for the diagnosis of inherited disorders and male reproductive malfunction Ian Findlay and Justin St John13. Gazing into the crystal ball: future diagnosis and management in andrology Jim Cummins and Anne JequierIndex.
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Titolo: Male Fertility and Infertility
Autori: Glover - Barratt
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 17x24 cm