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Annals

Assessment of Human Reproductive Function

Edited by Edited by Carlo Bulletti (University of Bologna and Asl of Rimini, Bologna, Italy), Seth Guller (Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut) and Dominique de Ziegler (University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland)
Assessment of Human Reproductive Function

Published: May 2008

Volume 1127

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The state of our understanding of each single step of human reproduction is presented in this volume, which also looks at the ongoing research aiming to improve human reproductive efficiency. A report on human reproduction efficiencies through assisted reproductive technologies is presented as a review by both Europeans and Americans. Among the major issues explored in this volume is the pelvic factor of sterility, endometriosis, miomas, and their medical and surgical treatments according to the principles of evidence-based medicine and evidence-based surgery.