aaTo many patients and indeed health care professionals, IVF is the ultimate treatment for infertility. However in many cases IVF is not feasible and may not be indicated. IVF remains a largely inefficient procedure that often does not succeed in a achieving a pregnancy. There remains a strong place for other fertility interventions, many of them surgical in nature. Surgical interventions can be used as a stand-alone fertility treatment or as an adjuvant treatment used in conjunction with other assisted conception treatments. Despite the continuing use of such techniques by reproductive surgeons, there remains a clear gap in the literature regarding resources to supplement formal training in the field or to provide a reference for established and aspiring practitioners.Chegini N, Rong H, Bennett B, Stone IK. ... Wound Repair Regen. ... 2005;83(2): 405a9. ... 2011;18(12):1166a85. ... L. Gynecologic use of Sepraspray Adhesion Barrier for reduction of adhesion development after laparoscopic myomectomy: a pilot study. ... Molloy D, Martin M, Speirs A, Lopata A, Clarke G, McBain J, et al.
|Title||:||Reproductive Surgery in Assisted Conception|
|Author||:||Mostafa Metwally, Tin-Chiu Li|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2015-04-20|