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The Subfertility Handbook
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This helpful and practical handbook will be an essential resource for all clinicians dealing with problems of subfertility. It provides a comprehensive approach to infertility starting off from the initial history to diagnostic techniques of ultrasound, diagnostic surgery, as well as all forms of therapy, including ovulation induction, infertility surgery, andrology, donor insemination and reproductive technologies. The authorship is made up of experienced members of the Monash University affiliated Reproductive Medicine Clinics; one of the world's pioneering centres in IVF technology. The authors have distilled a wealth of expertise and 'hands on' experience in this area to provide an invaluable guide to all those involved in the treatment of infertility, from gynaecologists to physicians and postgraduate students specialising in reproductive medicine.

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‘The authors offer clear guidance and plans for those starting in the field, who need a template if they are to acquire good habits of clinical practice and data gathering ... the book can be highly recommended to newcomers as a clear guide to practice and knowledge.’

Francoise Shenfield Source: Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine

‘ … highly recommended to newcomers as a clear guide to practice and knowledge.’

Francoise Shenfield Source: Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine

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