Fertility Preservation in Clinical Practice

Fertility Preservation in Clinical Practice

Martin Huser a kol.

Formát:
125×190 mm
Vazba:
šitá, 136 stran
Rok vydání:
2019
Naše cena dnes:
336,- Kč (MC 395,- Kč)
Sleva:
59,- Kč (= 15 %)
Nakladatel:
Maxdorf
ISBN:
978-80-7345-596-5
Dostupnost:
skladem
Successful treatment of cancer often requires compromises on the part of both doctors and patients. One such concession is the young patient’s permanent loss of reproductive capacity, which has frequent long-term psychological consequences. Cancer patient fertility is the subject of a new medical field called oncofertility. This new medical discipline expands cooperation among embryologists, biologists, oncologists, sociologists, and reproductive medicine specialists. In this book readers will become informed about the basic principles of this new medical discipline. They will become aware of recent molecular biology research in terms of potential clinical applications. We will also discuss certain legal, ethical, and social aspects related to this new and fascinating knowledge. This work defines oncofertility as a new direction in reproductive medicine. It summarizes the latest findings and tries to predict successful discoveries and further advancements in this exciting multidisciplinary field. Hopefully the book will attract readers and inspire associates to become further involved in improving the quality of life of cancer patients whose future fertility has been severely compromised.

Úspěšná léčba rakoviny často vyžaduje kompromis ze strany lékařů i pacientů. Jedním z příkladů je trvalá ztráta reprodukční schopnosti mladého pacienta se všemi dlouhodobými psychologickými následky. Plodnost pacientů s rakovinou je předmětem nové lékařské specializace nazvané onkofertilita, jakožto nového směru v reprodukční medicíně. Tato nová lékařská disciplína rozšiřuje spolupráci mezi gynekology, onkology, embryology a biology. V této knize jsou čtenáři informováni o základních principech onkofertility. Kniha je seznamuje rovněž s některými právními, etickými a sociálními aspekty této nové lékařské disciplíny. Shrnuje nejnovější poznatky a snaží se předpovědět úspěšné objevy a další pokroky v této oblasti.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
FOREWORD
1 ONCOFERTILITY AS A NEW FIELD OF REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE
(Martin Huser)
1.1 The Term Oncofertility
1.2 Reproductive Protection Centers
2 REPRODUCTIVE AGING
(Martin Huser)
2.1 Determined Number of Ovarian Follicles
2.2 Factors Affecting Reproductive Aging in Women
3 METHODS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE
(Pavel Ventruba)
3.1 Basic Concepts and Definitions
3.2 Measuring Ovarian Reserve
3.3 Prediction of Ovarian Reserve in Clinical Practice
4 CANCER DURING REPRODUCTIVE AGE
(Martin Huser)
5 IMPACT OF CANCER TREATMENT ON FERTILITY
(Martin Huser)
5.1 Surgical Treatment
5.2 Radiation Therapy
5.3 Chemotherapy
5.4 Impact of Cancer Treatment on the Ovary
5.5 Impact of Cancer Treatment on Other Female
Reproductive Organs
6 METHODS OF REPRODUCTIVE PROTECTION IN MALES
(Igor Crha)
6.1 Sperm Cryopreservation Technique
6.2 Processing and Freezing of Sperm in the Andrology Laboratory
6.3 Fertilization Success Using Cryopreserved Sperm
6.4 Drug Use for the Protection and Restoration of Spermatogenesis
10 Fertilit y Preservation in Clinical Practice
7 OPTIONS FOR FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE PROTECTION
(Martin Huser)
7.1 Embryo Cryopreservation
7.2 Oocyte Cryopreservation
7.3 Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation
7.4 Prevention of Ovarian Damage through GnRH-a
7.5 Other Methods of Reproductive Protection
8 REPRODUCTIVE PROTECTION AMONG CANCER PATIENTS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
(Pavel Ventruba, Jana Zakova)
8.1 Development of Reproductive Protection Centers
8.2 Reproductive Protection Center of Brno University Hospital
8.3 Results of the Reproductive Protection Center in Brno
9 RECOMMENDATIONS OF PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES REGARDING ONCOFERTILITY
(Martin Huser)
9.1 Practical Recommendations According to the Type of Primary Disease
10 SOCIAL AND ETHICAL ASPECTS OF REPRODUCTIVE PROTECTION TECHNIQUES
(Martin Huser, Petr Janku)
10.1 Pregnancy Safety among Cured Cancer Patients
11 EXPERIENCES OF HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS AND PATIENTS WITH REPRODUCTIVE PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES
(Martin Huser)
11.1 Spontaneous Conception after Chemotherapy-Induced Ovarian Failure
11.2 Patient Experiences
APPENDICES
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
REFERENCES
SUMMARY
ABOUT THE EDITOR
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
INDEX
Martin Huser, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Brno University Hospital and Masaryk University Medical School, Brno, Czech Republic
Igor Crha, M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Brno University Hospital and Masaryk University Medical School, Brno, Czech Republic
Jana Zakova, M.A., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Histology and Embryology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Brno University Hospital and Masaryk University Medical School, Brno, Czech Republic
Pavel Ventruba, M.D., D.Sc.
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Brno University Hospital and Masaryk University Medical School, Brno, Czech Republic
Petr Janku, M.D., Ph.D.
Senior Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Brno University Hospital and Masaryk University Medical School, Brno, Czech Republic

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