Human Spermatozoa in Assisted Reproduction, Second Edition
A.A. Acosta, Thunus F. Kruger
Taylor & Francis, May 15, 1996 - Medical - 536 pages
Now in second edition, this massive volume covers every aspect-clinical and scientific-of the use of normal and abnormal sperm in assisted reproduction and assisted fertilization. The book contains 35 chapters by world-class authorities. Their contributions are organized into three parts: basic concepts of spermatology and fertilization, male factor diagnosis, and male factor treatment. Part 4 describes laboratory techniques not covered in their respective chapters.
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