Foundations of In Vitro Fertilization
This volume is a reprinting from the original edition, which was published in 191 1. It appears as part of a series entitled "Resources in Medical History." In the book, Cannon described his experiments regarding motor function of the intestinal tract, from one end to the other. Many of the observations were published by Cannon in separate articles, but he gathered them together in this volume. Here the medical historian will remark how Cannon utilized the newly found X-ray in clinical investigation. He will note Cannon's efforts in evaluating the autonomic nervous system and its importance in the gastrointestinal tract. As Horace Davenport stated in his introduction to the current volume, ". . . readers who like to see how science developed in the hands of a master will enjoy this book, and some who think that nothing of any importance happened the day before yesterday may be surprised by it." Others, I'm afraid, will stick to current textbooks of physiology!
Hysteroscopic Findings in Patients with A History of Two Implantation Failures Following In Vitro Fertilization
s:1858:"Background: Infertility is defined as inability in pregnancy after one year of regular intercourse without using contraceptive methods. Approximately15-10% of couples in childbearing appears infertile. It is the cause of infertility in men and women and infertility treatment depends on type of failure and is one of the methods of treating infertility in vitro fertilization. This researc...متن کامل
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Varicocele Time-dependently Affects DNA Integrity of Sperm Cells: Evidence for Lower In vitro Fertilization Rate in Varicocele-positive Rats