Recurrent Pregnancy Loss: Evidence-Based Evaluation, Diagnosis and Treatment
Provides the most current evidence-based information on the evaluation and clinical management of recurrent pregnancy loss.
Discusses the epidemiology and causes of recurrent pregnancy loss, including anatomic, genetic, immunological and endocrinologic factors, as well as male, fetal, environmental and medical influences.
Includes practical tips for psychological care of the patient and establishing a RPL clinic and database, as well as clinical case presentations for real-world illustration.
Providing the latest evidence-based information on etiology, evaluation and treatment, this unique text provides an in-depth, comprehensive discussion of the epidemiology, genetic and endocrinologic factors and medical and surgical management of recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL). Taking a multidisciplinary approach including psychological treatment and patient perspectives, all aspects of current RPL prevention and treatment are elucidated. Detailed chapters provide real-world illustrative material and cover the set-up and management of RPL clinics and databases, containing practical tips. Recurrent Pregnancy Loss will be an excellent resource for OB-GYN specialists, general and reproductive endocrinologists, radiologists, hematologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, and any other investigators or clinicians treating patients confronted with this emotionally and physically trying condition.
|Autor||Bashiri, Asher, Harlev, Avi, Agarwal, Ashok (Eds.)|