Principles and Practice of Controlled Ovarian Stimulation in ART

This book is on ovulation induction and controlled ovarian stimulation which is an integral part of most infertility therapies like intrauterine insemination and in vitro fertilization. It would deal with causes of anovulation and indications for ovarian stimulation. This book deals with basics as w...

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Other Authors: Ghumman, Surveen (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New Delhi Springer India 2015, 2015
Edition:1st ed. 2015
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a Chapter 25 Premature Rise of Progesterone during Ovarian Stimulation- R.K. Sharma and Arti Kapoor -- Chapter 26 Empty Follicle Syndrome- Sandeep Karunakaran -- Chapter 27 Luteinizing Unruptured Follicle- Pikee Saxena< -- Part VI: Controlled Ovarian Stimulation in Gynecological Disorders -- Chapter 28 Endometriosis—Surgical Management and Optimal Ovarian Stimulation Protocol for ART- Ramandeep Kaur, Urvashi Prasad Jha, Neema Sharma, Ritambara Agrawal, and Priyata Lal -- Chapter 29 Hyperprolactinemia- Abha Majumdar and Nisha Sharma Mangal -- Chapter 30 Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and Response to Stimulation- Nandita P. Palshetkar, Hrishikesh D. Pai, Manisha Bhagat, and Rohan Palshetkar -- Chapter 31 Role of Laparoscopic Ovarian Drilling in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and its Effect on ART- Pankaj Talwar, Ashok K. Pillai, and Falahunisa Shaikh -- Chapter 32 Ovulation Induction in Hypogonadotrophic Hypogonadism- Umesh Nandani Jindal and Sheetal Jindal --  
505 0 |a Chapter 8 Human Menopausal Gonadotropin, Pure FSH, and Recombinant FSH—A Comparative Analysis- Sudha Prasad and Mona Dahiya -- Chapter 9 GnRH Agonists in Controlled Ovarian Stimulation- Hrishikesh D. Pai, Pritimala Bhalchandra Gangurde, Nandita P. Palshetkar, and Rishma Dhillon Pai -- Chapter 10 GnRH Antagonist in Ovarian Stimulation- Yakoub Khalaf and Sesh Kamal Sunkara -- Chapter 11 GnRH Agonist vs. Antagonist in ART - Madhuri Patil -- Chapter 12 Mild Stimulation Protocol- Nalini Mahajan and Shivani Singh -- Chapter 13 Individualising Ovarian Stimulation Protocols in ART- Pratap Kumar -- Chapter 14 Impact of Mutations and Polymorphisms of Gonadotrophins and Their Receptors on the Outcome of Controlled Ovarian Stimulation- Carlo Alviggi, Alessandro Conforti, and and Sandro C. Esteves -- Chapter 15 The Role of Androgens in Controlled Ovarian Stimulation- Jordana Hadassah Hyman and Ariel Revel --  
505 0 |a Part I: Pre Stimulation Assessment and Interventions -- Chapter 1 Detection of Ovulation and Etiology of Anovulation- Pratima Mittal and Navdeep Kaur Ghuman -- Chapter 2 Evaluation Prior to Controlled Ovarian Stimulation- Narendra Malhotra, Jaideep Malhotra, Diksha Goswami Sharma, Shilpi Gupta, Neharika Malhotra Bora, Shally Gupta, and Garima Sharma -- Chapter 3 Therapeutic Intervention of Endometrial Pathology Before Ovarian Stimulation- Lakhbir K. Dhaliwal and Shalini Gainder -- Chapter 4 Obesity and its Impact on Ovarian Stimulation- Surveen Ghumman and Pinkee Saxena -- Part II: Controlled Ovarian Stimulation—Protocols -- Chapter 5 Oral Ovulogens in IUI and IVF- Sankalp Singh, Swati Singh, and C. Mohamed Ashraf -- Chapter 6 Ovarian Stimulation in IUI- Manju Puri and Richa Aggarwal -- Chapter 7 Protocols for Gonadotropin Use- Fessy Louis Thalakottoor --  
505 0 |a Chapter 33 Ovarian Stimulation Protocols in Fertility Preservation-Pankaj Talwar, Puneet Rana Arora, and Nalini Mahajan.-Chapter 34 Ovarian Stimulation in Cancer Patient- Sohani Verma -- Part VII: Negative Impact of Controlled Ovarian Stimulation -- Chapter 35 Epigenetics and Ovarian Stimulation- Jayant G. Mehta -- Chapter 36 Effect of Ovarian Stimulation Protocols on Oocyte and Embryo Quality- James Catt -- Chapter 37 Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome—Can We Eliminate It as a Complication of ART?- Mala Arora and Ritika Arora -- Chapter 38 Multifetal Pregnancy Reduction- Shweta Mittal Gupta 
505 0 |a Chapter 16 The Role of LH in Controlled Ovarian Simulation- Sandro C. Esteves and Carlo Alviggi -- Chapter 17 Ovulation Trigger-HCG vs. GnRH Agonist- Neeta Singh and Malti Madhu -- Chapter 18 The Pharmacoeconomics of Ovarian Stimulation- Jaideep Malhotra and Diksha Goswami Sharma -- Part III: Monitoring During Controlled Ovarian Stimulation -- Chapter 19 Endocrine Monitoring of ART Cycles- Neena Malhotra -- Chapter 20 Ultrasonography in Controlled Ovarian Stimulation- Shiri Shinar, Benny Almog, and Igal Wolman -- Part IV: The Endometrium and Luteal Phase -- Chapter 21 Effect of Ovarian Stimulation on the Endometrium- Manish Banker and Arati Gupte-Shah -- Chapter 22Luteal Support: What to Use When? - Sandeep Talwar -- Chapter 23 Endometrial Support Beyond Hormones- Mala Arora and Shilpa Gulati -- Part V: Pathology in Controlled Ovarian Stimulation -- Chapter 24 Prediction of Poor Responders and Current Concepts in Management- Gautam N. Allahbadia and Rubina Merchant --  
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520 |a This book is on ovulation induction and controlled ovarian stimulation which is an integral part of most infertility therapies like intrauterine insemination and in vitro fertilization. It would deal with causes of anovulation and indications for ovarian stimulation. This book deals with basics as well as current and advanced practices. It provides a step by step protocol for ovarian stimulation. It gives a clear understanding of the science of reproductive endocrinology behind  these stimulation protocols and roadmaps the latest therapies, defining their current relevance to treatment. Besides the practical guidance it also covers latest research work done in this field. In this day of information overload it is an attempt to integrate relevant information in a manner which can be applied in infertility practice in evidence based manner, making it rational, logical and rewarding for the reader