In Vitro Fertilize Tion, Embryo Transfer And Early Pregnancy: Themes from the XIth World Congress on Fertility and Sterility, Dublin, June 1983, held  by R.F. HarrisonIn Vitro Fertilize Tion, Embryo Transfer And Early Pregnancy: Themes from the XIth World Congress on Fertility and Sterility, Dublin, June 1983, held  by R.F. Harrison

In Vitro Fertilize Tion, Embryo Transfer And Early Pregnancy: Themes from the XIth World Congress…

byR.F. HarrisonEditorJ. Bonnar, W. Thompson

Paperback | October 3, 2013

Pricing and Purchase Info

$142.01 online 
$150.50 list price save 5%
Earn 710 plum® points

Prices and offers may vary in store

Quantity:

In stock online

Ships free on orders over $25

Not available in stores

about

In Vitro Fertilization, Embryo Transfer and Early Pregnancy is undoubtably the most exciting and onwardly progressing field in reproductive medicine today. It forms the major subject matter of this the second volume of the Proceedings and the first book of Related Communication papers given at the XI International Federation of Fertility Societies World Congress on Fertility and Sterility held in Dublin, Ireland from June 26th to July 1st 1983. The papers have been grouped into closely allied topics covering sequentially in three parts: Follicle and Ovum in the Human, Follicle and Ovum in the Animal Model, and Semen and Spermatozoa. Preceding a timely reminder on Ethical and Legal Aspects of IVF are some of the remarkable clinical results now been obtained throughout the world. The final section concerns various aspects of Pregnancy in Animals and Humans and is included in this volume because of its close relationship to the main subject matter. Related Communications sessions often produce the largest amounts of up-to-date information to be given on a particular subject during a Congress. IFFS Dublin '83 proved to be no exception. So although scientific and medical endeavour will ensure that knowledge and progress in the field will soom overtake many of the conclusions reached in these papers, nevertheless we hope you will agree in the merit of producing such a record of the state of the art at this time. Robert F. Harrison John Bonnar William Thompson Dublin 1983.
Title:In Vitro Fertilize Tion, Embryo Transfer And Early Pregnancy: Themes from the XIth World Congress…Format:PaperbackDimensions:257 pagesPublished:October 3, 2013Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9401181349

ISBN - 13:9789401181341

Look for similar items by category:

Reviews

Table of Contents

I: The Human Follicle and Ovum.- Section 1: Follicular Biochemistry.- 1 Polypeptide patterns of follicular fluid at different stages of follicular maturation.- 2 Steroid hormones in human follicular fluid in assessing the biological characteristics of the oocyte.- 3 Concentrations of steroid hormones, prolactin and gonadotrophins in human peripheral venous plasma and follicular fluid.- 4 Concentrations of steroids and prostaglandins in follicular fluids aspirated in an in vitro fertilization programme.- 5 Prostaglandin F2? levels in the human ovarian follicle.- Section 2: The Granulosa Cell.- 6 The human granulosa cell changes during luteogenesis viewed by scanning and transmission electron microscopy.- 7 Morphological examination of granulosa cells in punctured follicles.- 8 Development of ovarian follicles in readily ovulating patients during ovulation induction.- Section 3: Practical Aspects of Ovulation Stimulation and the Recovery of Oocytes.- 9 Endocrinological and ultrasonographic findings during ovulation.- 10 Laparoscopy for oocyte recovery.- 11 A simplified approach to oocyte recovery for in vitro fertilization.- II: The Animal Follicle and Oocyte.- Section 1: Biochemical Aspects of the Oocyte.- 12 Quantitative analysis of steroidogenesis in the single oocyte and preimplantation embryo.- 13 Enzyme cytochemical staining of isolated mouse oocytes with the use of a polyacrylamide carrier.- Section 2: Oocyte Maturation.- 14 Effects of A23187 and a calmodulin antagonist on maturation of guinea-pig oocyte.- 15 Effects of hCG, oestradiol and progesterone on mouse oocyte maturation in vitro.- Section 3: Ovulation and Fertilization.- 16 Electron microscopic observations on ovarian perifollicular vessels in indomethacin-treated rabbits.- 17 Monoclonal antibodies to porcine zona pellucida antigens and their inhibitory effects on fertilization.- 18 Histochemistry of hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase activities of in vitro fertilized eggs of rabbit.- III: Semen and Spermatozoa.- Section 1: Animal Studies.- 19 Analysis of the outer acrosomal membrane of boar spermatozoa by biochemical and immunological methods.- 20 A new acrosin inhibitor in boar seminal plasma.- Section 2: Practical Aspects of Human Semen Quality.- 21 A 'migration-gravity sedimentation' method for collecting motile spermatozoa from human semen.- 22 The influence of semen quality on in vitro fertilization of human oocytes.- 23 Sperm quality and in vitro fertilization.- 24 An attempt to fertilize human oocytes with epididymal spermatozoa in vitro.- 25 Infertility and sperm bacteriology.- IV: In vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer. Clinical Results.- Section 1: In Humans.- 26 Course of pregnancy and delivery after in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer.- 27 Successful in vitro fertilization: practical technique and first results with cryo-sperma. Fertility Centre - Vienna.- 28 Pregnancy after in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer in Singapore.- 29 In vitro fertilization and embryo transfer: an out-patient procedure?.- 30 Current status of human in vitro fertilization.- Section 2: Cryopreservation in Animals.- 31 Successful cryopreservation of eight-cell rabbit embryos using an 'open freezing system'.- V: Ethical and Legal Aspects.- 32 In vitro fertilization and embryo transfer: Jewish ethical and legal aspects.- VI: Early Pregnancy in Animals and Humans.- Section 1: Early Diagnosis.- 33 Use of a monoclonal anti-T-cell antibody in the rosette inhibition test for detecting early pregnancy factor activity.- 34 A study of the accuracy of a new ß hCG slide test.- 35 Early pregnancy diagnosis in dairy cows and ewes based on milk progesterone levels.- Section 2: Immunological Aspects.- 36 Suppressive effect of cord T lymphocytes on mixed lymphocyte reaction.- 37 Pregnancy associated plasma protein A: a barrier to maternal proteolytic attack.- Section 3: Implantation.- 38 Decidual cell reaction. Action of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids.- 39 The role of vitamin E in fertility.- Section 4: Endocrinology Hormone Levels in the Camel Fetus. Progesterone Therapy in Man.- 40 Progestin levels of the camel fetus during developmental stages.- 41 Radioimmunoassay for oestrogens in the plasma and tissues of one-humped camel fetus.- 42 Plasma and tissue levels of androgens in the one-humped camel fetus.- 43 The concentrations of corticosteroids in the plasma and tissues of the one-humped camel fetus.- 44 Treatment with progesterone in threatened abortion and low level of serum progesterone. A double blind randomized trial.