Fertility Preservation in Male Cancer Patients

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John P. Mulhall, Linda D. Applegarth, Robert D. Oates, Peter N. Schlegel
Cambridge University Press, Feb 21, 2013 - Medical - 362 pages
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Men with cancer rendered infertile by surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and hormone therapy that are needed to control or cure their disease are increasingly being offered the chance to preserve their reproductive potential through artificial reproductive technologies. Cryopreservation of sperm and testicular tissue have increasingly helped boys and men preserve their fertility. There is a growing subspecialty within reproductive medicine aimed at fertility preservation in this population. Furthermore, strategies are being developed that may in the future revolutionize the approach to such patients. Written by international authorities in the field of fertility preservation, this comprehensive book is aimed at clinicians dealing with male cancer patients, in particular, urologists, andrologists, oncologists, pediatricians, nursing staff as well as clinicians in reproductive endocrinology. The text reviews the impact of cancers and their treatment on male fertility, the available fertility preservation strategies and post-treatment management.
 

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Contents

List ofcontributors
1
Spermatogenesis
11
The semen analysis
23
Physiology of ejaculation 35
129
Disorders of male Fertility preservation in men with
140
History and physical examination 39
150
Abnormalities of semen parameters 51 Male infertility following childhood
161
Disorders of ejaculation 71 20 Facilitating discussion about fertility
172
Quallich and lens Sonksen
249
Fertility preservation in the pediatric
255
effect
265
with cancer
273
Posttherapy
282
Medical therapy for male infertility
292
Loren ones and Craig Niederberger
303
Sperm extraction in the treated
314

Mitchell and Wayne I G Hellstrom Development of a program to address
178
suppression therapies for fertility
203
banking
213
sperm and tissue cryopreservation
231
The use of ejaculation induction
243
Postmortem sperm extraction
322
Fertility following antineoplastic
329
Index
344
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John P. Mulhall is Director of the Male Sexual and Reproductive Medicine Program, Urology Service, Department of Surgery, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, USA.

Linda D. Applegarth is Associate Professor of Psychology, Perlman Cohen Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY, USA.

Robert D. Oates is Professor of Urology, Boston University Medical Center, Boston, MA, USA.

Peter N. Schlegel is Professor and Chairman, Department of Urology, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY, USA.

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