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By Godwin I. Meniru

This well-illustrated new book offers concise but finished useful details at the modern day method of the prognosis and remedy of infertility. the writer explains uncomplicated rules of reproductive body structure, sooner than relocating directly to the clinical factors of infertility. the whole armory of options from IVF to ICSI or even more moderen applied sciences used to regard infertility in all its manifestations is defined and particular. the purpose all through is to give an explanation for concerns sincerely, easily, and at once in a manner that would be understood by means of medical professionals, scientists, and nurses alike. via combining easy technology and clinical elements, in addition to "how it really is performed" descriptions of innovations and scientific interventions, this ebook deals an unsurpassed introductory account of this fast paced sector.

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Eds), Greenwald, G. , Markert, C. L. & Pfaff, D. W. (Associate Eds) (1994). The Physiology of Reproduction, 2nd edn. New York: Raven Press. , 1993). The characteristics of a normal semen sample were introduced in Chapter 1. Further details will be provided when discussing the evaluation of infertile couples in Chapter 6. Male factor problems commonly manifest through an alteration of one or more semen parameters and the following terminology are used to describe the changes. • Azoospermia – spermatozoa cannot be found in a semen sample.

D. (Eds), Greenwald, G. , Markert, C. L. & Pfaff, D. W. (Associate Eds) (1994). The Physiology of Reproduction, 2nd edn. New York: Raven Press. , 1993). The characteristics of a normal semen sample were introduced in Chapter 1. Further details will be provided when discussing the evaluation of infertile couples in Chapter 6. Male factor problems commonly manifest through an alteration of one or more semen parameters and the following terminology are used to describe the changes. • Azoospermia – spermatozoa cannot be found in a semen sample.

Once in the canal the cervical mucus protects spermatozoa from vaginal acidity and from being destroyed by white blood cells that normally engulf foreign material. The mucus nourishes the spermatozoa during the time they reside in the cervical canal. The mucus filled crypts act as storage for spermatozoa. Spermatozoa that swim into these crypts can be kept alive for up to three days. It is presently believed that spermatozoa leave these crypts at intervals and ascend the genital tract where they may encounter an ovulated oocyte and succeed in fertilizing it.

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