Andrology for the Clinician by W. -B. Schill, F. Comhaire, T. B. Hargreave (auth.), Prof.

By W. -B. Schill, F. Comhaire, T. B. Hargreave (auth.), Prof. em. Dr. Dr. Wolf-Bernhard Schill, Prof. em. Dr. Frank Comhaire, Prof. Dr. Timothy B. Hargreave (eds.)

Andrology for the Clinician comprises parts:

In half One, the busy clinician can simply locate the problem-orientated info she or he wishes on such concerns as

* Male issue fertility problems

* Male birth control

* Male genital tract an infection and tumours

Part includes in-depth subject-orientated info and provides very important clinical history details to the concepts bought partially One.

Several prime specialists have contributed to this paintings, which has been broadly subedited by means of world-renowned editors to make sure a well-structured didactic layout and homogeneous content.

This extraordinary publication is of serious price for all Urologists, Andrologists, Dermatologists, Endocrinologists, Gynaecologists, Reproductive Biologists, GPs, Gerontologists, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Paediatricians and someone else drawn to the issues of male intercourse and constitution.

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This cost increases with the increasing number of treatment cycles (Trad et al. 1995), reaching approximately US $114,000 in the 6th cycle (Neumann et al. 1994). Estimations do not include indirect costs and economic factors, such as time away from work, cost for postnatal care of the newborn which is approximately five times higher than after natural conception (Callahan et al. 1994; Wolner-Hanssen and Rydhstroem 1998), and complementary expenses for the treatment of congenital defects or problems during development.

Hum Reprod 15:95 – 106 Pratt KT (2004) Inconceivable? Deducting the costs of fertility treatment. Cornell Law Rev 89:1121 – 1200 Schlegel PN (1997) Is assisted reproduction the optimal treatment for varicocele-associated male infertility? A cost-effectiveness analysis. Urology 49:83 – 90 Trad FS, Hornstein MD, Barbieri RL (1995) In vitro fertilization: a cost-effective alternative for infertile couples? J Assist Reprod Genet 12:418 – 421 WHO (2003) Measuring Access to reproductive health services, Summary Report of WHO/UNFPA Technical Consultation, 2 – 3 December 2003 Wolner-Hanssen P, Rydhstroem H (1998) Cost-effectiveness analysis of in-vitro fertilization: estimated costs per successful pregnancy after transfer of one or two embryos.

The urgent medical issue is the possibility of adrenal crisis (a life-threatening emergency) in infants with the salt-wasting form of CAH. The birth of an infant with ambiguous genitalia is a psychosocial emergency for the family. 1 Definition Individuals who have a genital appearance that does not permit gender declaration are said to have ambiguous genitalia. This includes infants with perineal hypospadias with bifid scrotum, bilateral cryptorchidism, clitoromegaly, posterior labial fusion, phenotypic female appearance with palpable gonad, and infants with discordant genitalia and sex chromosomes.

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