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Author Siklósi, György.

Title Role of folliculo-luteal function in human reproduction / György Siklósi
Published Cham : Springer, 2016
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Contents Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; Contents; About the Author; 1: Patients and Methods; References; 2: Diagnosis of Folliculo-Luteal Function; 2.1 A Short Summary of the Regulation and Main Events of the Menstrual Cycle; 2.1.1 History; 2.1.2 Histologic Examination of the Endometrium; 2.1.3 Testing Serum Progesterone; 2.1.4 Other Diagnostic Methods; 2.1.5 Ultrasound Test of Endometrial Thickness; 2.1.6 Measuring the Dominant Follicle Diameter; 2.2 A Quantitative Method for Diagnosing Folliculo-Luteal Function; 2.3 Discussion; References
3: Aetiology and Pathomechanism of Folliculo-Luteal Insufficiency3.1 History; 3.2 Stress Is the Main Cause of Folliculo-Luteal Insufficiency; 3.3 Discussion; References; 4: Treatment of Folliculo-Luteal Insufficiency; 4.1 Literature Review; 4.1.1 Progesterone Treatment; 4.1.2 Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) Treatment; 4.1.3 Bromocriptine Treatment; 4.1.4 Clomiphene Citrate Treatment; 4.1.5 Aromatase-Inhibitor Treatment; 4.1.6 FSH and HCG Treatment; 4.2 Controlled Clomiphene Citrate Treatment of Folliculo-Luteal Insufficiency
4.3 Treatment of Folliculo-Luteal Insufficiency with Low-Dosage Corticoid or Combined Corticoid and Clomiphene Citrate Therapy4.4 Discussion; References; 5: Recurrent Miscarriage and Folliculo-Luteal Function; 5.1 Most Investigated Causes and Risk Factors of Recurrent Miscarriage; 5.1.1 Genetic Factors; 5.1.2 Anatomical Factors; 5.1.3 Thrombophilia; 5.1.4 Immunological Factors; 5.1.5 Hormonal Causes; 5.1.6 Psychological Factors; 5.1.7 Infectious Origin; 5.1.8 Unknown Origin; 5.2 Why the Above Enlisted Causes Cannot Be the Real Cause of Recurrent Miscarriage
5.3 The Crucial Role of Folliculo-Luteal Function in Recurrent Miscarriage5.3.1 Patients and Methods; 5.3.2 Power Analysis; 5.3.3 Treatment Protocol; 5.3.4 Results; 5.3.5 Discussion; 5.3.6 Summary; 5.4 Successful Treatment of Recurrent Miscarriage by the Normalisation of Folliculo-Luteal Function; 5.4.1 Patients and Methods; 5.4.2 Treatment Protocol; 5.4.3 Results; 5.4.4 Discussion; 5.5 The Relationship of Random Chromosomal Abnormalities and Folliculo-Luteal Insufficiency in Recurrent Miscarriage; References; 6: Unexplained Infertility and Folliculo-Luteal Function
6.1 Folliculo-Luteal Insufficiency Is the Main Cause of Unexplained Infertility6.1.1 Patients and Methods; 6.1.2 Treatment Protocol; 6.1.3 Results; 6.2 Discussion; References; 7: The Role of Folliculo-Luteal Function in the Outcome of Pregnancy; 7.1 History; 7.2 The Crucial Role of Folliculo-Luteal Function in Placentation; 7.2.1 Patients; 7.2.2 Results; 7.2.3 Discussion; References; 8: Preventing Preterm Birth, Intrauterine Growth Retardation (IUGR) and Preeclampsia by the Normalisation of Placentation; References
Summary This book is the first to explain fully the crucial role of folliculo-luteal function in recurrent miscarriage, unexplained infertility, preterm birth, intrauterine growth retardation, preeclampsia, random chromosomal abnormalities, and age-related reproductive disorders. In addition it describes treatments to avoid these conditions and proposes a novel method, "hormonal wedge resection", that can successfully cure infertility associated with polycystic ovary syndrome. Importantly, the conclusions drawn in this book are based on the therapeutic results observed in a representative patient population. The method developed by the author to quantitatively diagnose the hormonal insufficiency of ovulatory cycles (folliculo-luteal insufficiency, FLI) has made it possible to recognize the formerly unclear importance of this function in human reproduction. Folliculo-luteal function determines the conditions of placentation and thus the features of the developed placenta and the outcome of pregnancy. Different grades of FLI are associated with consequences of varying severity that can be prevented by normalization of folliculo-luteal function prior to conception. This book will be required reading for all obstetricians and gynecologists
Notes 9: The Role of Folliculo-Luteal Insufficiency in the Emergence of Random Chromosomal Abnormalities
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Human reproduction -- Molecular aspects.
Ovarian atresia.
Humans.
Pregnancy Complications -- physiopathology.
Corpus Luteum -- physiopathology.
Ovarian Follicle -- physiopathology.
Reproduction -- physiology.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9783319395401 (electronic bk.)
3319395408 (electronic bk.)
3319395394
9783319395395
(print)