In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer (Clinics in Andrology 8)

In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer (Clinics in Andrology 8)

By: K. Semm (editor), E. S. Hafez (editor)Hardback

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This volume represents the Proceedings of the World Conference on Embryo Transfer, In Vitro Fertilization and Instrumental Insemination held on September 24-27, 1980 in Kiel, West Germany. Professor Dr. L. Mettler and Dr. H. H. Riedel of Frauenklinik der UniversiUit in Kiel were the local co- chairpersons, who contributed very richly to the program. Basic research, clinical trials, preparation of manuscripts, editorial assistance and presentation of results were generously supported by the following institutions and organizations: Kulturministerium des Landes Schleswig-Holstein Medizinische FakuItat der Christian-Albrechts-UniversiUit, Kiel Wayne State University School of Medicine; Detroit, Michigan, USA C. S. Mott Center for Human Growth and Development; Detroit, Michigan, USA Universitats-Frauenklinik und Hebammenlehranstalt; Kiel, West Germany Serono GmbH; Freiburg, West Germany Hutzel Hospital; Detroit Medical Center; Detroit, Michigan, USA Deutsche Gesellschaft fUr Gynaekologie und Geburtshilfe; West Germany Deutsche Gessellschaft zum Studium der Fertilitat und Sterilitat; Sektion Andrologie Thanks are also due to Aponti GmbH (5000 Koln 21), Bayropharm GmbH (5000 Koln 80), Deutsche Lufthansa (5000 Koln), Organon GmbH (8024 Oberschleissheim), Winthrop GmbH (6080 New Isenburg), and Wisap GmbH (8029 Sauerlach), for financial assistance. Sincere appreciation and gratitude are due to the contributors who meticulously prepared their chapters; to Ms Jackie Mucci for editorial skills and assistance, and Ms. Jackie Smieska for editorial help. Thanks are also due to Dr. H. D. Brackebusch for his assistance during the conference; to Ms. E. Seiss for her secretarial assistance; and to Mr.

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I. Biology of Semen.- 1. Biology of human insemination.- 2. Carbohydrates of glycoproteins of human seminal plasma.- 3. High-resolution seminal plasma protein patterns in normal and infertile men.- 4. Seminal plasma proteins identical to uterine secretion proteins.- 5. Role of seminal plasma and sperm fertilizability.- 6. Fertilizing ability and motility of spermatozoa from fertile and infertile men after exposure to heterologous seminal plasma.- 7. Acquisition of fertilizing capacity of spermatozoa in the human epididymis.- 8. Effect of kallikrein on sperm motility: in vitro testing of ejaculate vs in vivo treatment.- 9. Enhancement of motility in fresh and cryo-preserved semen by kallikrein and caffeine.- 10. Effect of kinins (kallikrein) on recovery of motility in frozen spermatozoa.- 11. Microorganisms in semen.- 12. Microbiological analysis of semen from infertile men.- 13. Mutation in mammalian cells after deep freezing.- II. Technology of Insemination.- 14. Selection and assessment of donor and recipient for AID.- 15. A simple technique for rapid sperm count and data documentation.- 16. Preovulation: variability, prediction and fertility potential.- 17. Prediction and detection of ovulation for insemination: correlation of ultrasonic, clinical and endocrinologic results.- 18. Irregular menstrual cycles during AID: use of synthetic LH-RH and its analogs for timing of ovulation.- 19. Addition of pharmacological agents to the ejaculate.- 20. AIH in oligozoospermic men.- 21. AIH using split ejaculate and cap insemination.- 22. Improved fertility results with split ejaculate insemination and improved cervival mucus.- 23. AIH with the home insemination cap.- 24. AID using fresh donor semen and cervical cap.- 25. Results of artificial insemination by donors.- 26. Insemination with cryo-preserved semen.- 27. Organization of the French sperm banks - C.E.C.O.S..- 28. Factors affecting pregnancy rate after AID.- 29. Failure in AIH as a method of fertility induction in men with sperm agglutination.- III. Ethical and Theological Aspects.- 30. Ethical implications of AID.- 31. Artificial insemination: Judeo-Christian evaluation and philosophical implications.- Appendix: Draft recommendation on artificial insemination of human beings and explanatory report European Committee on Legal Cooperation (CDCJ).

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  • publication date: 28/02/1982
  • ISBN13: 9789024725304
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 231
  • ID: 9789024725304
  • weight: 800
  • ISBN10: 9024725305

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