1 The Neuroendocrine Regulation of the Menstrual Cycle.- 2 Ovarian Physiology and In Vitro Fertilization.- 3 Anovulation.- 4 Diagnosis of Ovulation and the Role of Ultrasound in Monitoring the Follicular Response.- 5 Use of Clomiphene Citrate for Ovulation Induction.- 6 Recent Progress in Gonadotropin Therapy.- 7 "Pulsatile" Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone for Ovulation Induction.- 8 Luteal Function after Ovulation Induction.- 9 Bromocriptine and Related Compounds for Ovulation Induction in Hyperprolactinemia.- 10 Surgical Management of Polycystic Ovarian Disease.- 11 Pharmacologically Enhanced Follicular Recruitment for In Vitro Fertilization.
Ovulation Induction gives an integrated view of basic ovarian physiology, pathophysiology, and the clinical management of ovulatory disorders. It provides core information upon which specialists can base clinical decisions. The most important feature is the inclusion of newer agents now available for ovulation induction. Newer clinical applications for older medications as well as various treatment combinations (including GnRH analogs) are thoroughly discussed. There is a frank discussion of risks, side effects, and the expense related to ovulation inducing agents. Many of the results in this book have never before been published in book form. Topics examined include the neuroendocrine regulation of the menstrual cycle, ovarian physiology and in vitro fertilization, the diagnosis of ovulation and the role of ultrasound in monitoring the follicular response, the use of clomiphene citrate for ovulation induction, and the role of bromocriptine and related compounds for ovulation induction in hyperprolactinemia.
A book with the newest protocols on how to cause ovulation. The approach includes all the basic physiological information a clinician needs to make practical decisions in cases of infertility.