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Office andrology.


Office andrology.

Ed. by Phillip E. Patton, and David E. Battaglia.

Humana Press Inc.


308 pages



Contemporary endocrinology


Specialists in urology, obstetrics and gynecology, and related fields offer a broad reference on investigating and managing male infertility, for family physicians and fellow reproductive specialists. Among their topics are basic sperm biology, male reproductive endocrinology, immunology, specialized sperm testing, genetic issues, gender selection, HIV discordant couples, and posthumous reproduction. They also review the investigation, diagnostic testing, and management of the infertile male, and describe and evaluate controversial medical and surgical treatment options.

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