Diagnosis and Management of Tubo-Uterine Factors in Infertility

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R.F. Harrison, J. Bonnar, W. Thompson
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Medical - 304 pages
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This is the second compilation of papers given during the Related Communica tions Sessions of the XIth International Federation of Fertility Societies World Congress held on June 26th-July 1st 1983 at the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, Ireland. Except for Part I, where results of animal experimentations are gathered together, the volume is concerned solely with studies in the human. The role of infection and endometriosis in the aetiology and treatment of the tubo uteroperitoneal factor in infertility are the concern of Parts II and III. Diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of tubal disease are covered in Parts IV and V and the book ends with Part VI, chapters on the uterus and vagina. Laparoscopy and microsurgical techniques have undoubtedly transformed the diagnostic and therapeutic outlook in this area of infertility. This book shows you how far such techniques have progressed and how much there is yet to do. Dublin, 1983 Robert F. Harrison lohnBonnar William Thompson xi List of Contributors 5. A.Z. BADAWY J. ABE Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine Upstate Medical Center Kawarmachi-Hirokogi, Kamikyoku, Kyoto 750 E. Adams Street JAPAN 602 Syracuse, NY 13210 USA M. ALACHMAR "Marika Eliadi" Maternity Hospital 2 Helena Venizelos Square M. BERG Athens 115 21 Department of Clinical Sciences GREECE University of Tampere Teiskontie 35 W. ALBRICH SF-33520 Tampere Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology FINLAND University of Munich Marchioninistrasse D-8000 Munich 70 G.
 

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Contents

Preface
Theimpact oftubal surgery on early embryonic development
Reanastomoses of rabbit oviducts with monofilament
uterus and theoviduct of the rabbit
Chronic histological inflammation and Chlamydia trachomatis inwomen selectedfor tuboplasties
Prevalence of Ureaplasma uralyticum in habitual
Aetiology of infertility inpatients withendometriosis S Z A Badawy M Nusbaum L Marshall V Cuenca
19Decreased concentration of ovarian LH hCG receptorin polycystic ovarian disease and endometriosis
29Combined endoscopic findings in 682 infertile womenand 135women requesting sterilization reversal
Diagnostic evaluation of hysterosalpingography in infertile
Diagnostic laparoscopy in primary infertility
36Contraindications to tubal restorative surgery Proposalfor a dissuasive laparoscopic score
Danazol asan ovulation inhibitor prior to tubal surgery
Pregnanciesafter terminal microsurgical tuboplasties with
44Microsurgical techniques for selective removal
46Emergency microsurgery

Endoscopic cytopuncture in the diagnosis of intraovarian
Objective assessment of medical treatment of endometriosis
J Abe J Kimura T Tamayaand H Okada 25 A newly designed conservative surgery for advanced pelvic endometriosis
27Laparoscopic findings in 801 sterile patients
Hysteroscopy in infertility
Treatment of intrauterine adhesions
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