Atlas of Human Female Reproductive Function: Ovarian Development to Early Embryogenesis After in Vitro Fertilization

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 1, 2006 - Medical - 180 pages
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Bridging the gap between basic science and clinical practice, An Atlas of Human Reproductive Function is a comprehensive compilation of three-dimensional color images of various reproductive functions. Obtained using the most advanced transmission and high-resolution scanning electron microscopy techniques, these intricate images span the realms of both science and art. Providing complete and detailed renditions of complex reproductive functions, the Atlas will be of interest to embryologists, morphophysiologists, pathologists, and clinicians at every level, physicians interested in basic and clinical reproductive functions, and teachers.

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