For many years, it has been known that pituitary gonadotropins are in control of menstrual cycle dynamics and ovulation. Over thirty years ago, the introduction of medications that were capable of inducing ovarian function through indirect or direct gonadotropin stimulation revolutionized the treatment of reproductive disorders in both men and women. This book covers all aspects of ovulation induction that a clinician needs to know including all known current stimulation protocols and induction strategies. It is directed at all gynaecologists, infertility professionals, both medical and paramedical including postgraduate students.Using this miniprotocol the authors were able to obtain lower cancellation rates, shorter stimulations with lower ... in at least 2 occasions for each patient we undertook a novel approach using an inverted ladder without GnRH analog protocol.
|Title||:||Manual of Ovulation Induction|
|Publisher||:||Anshan Pub - 2005|