Principles and Practice of Assisted Reproductive Technology provides comprehensive information on the modern day approach to all aspects of ART. It is a well-designed and illustrated textbook, which covers the entire armamentarium of ART, in depth, from basic principles of reproductive anatomy, physiology, endocrinology and laboratory aspects of IVF to the latest scientific advances. The book also provides updated optimal information on evaluation and management of an infertile couple, complications of ART, outcomes following ART, ethical and legal issues in ART and ART guidelines. It is a unique compilation where each topic is written by experts who have relevant experience in that field. The third edition not only updates the previous chapters with the latest advances, but brings fresh perspective not only to socially relevant topics like addressing fertility issues in the LGBTQ and gender transformation but also the COVID-19 pandemic and newer advances like rejuvenation therapy. The book portends to be a valuable asset to the entire fraternity of reproductive medicine specialists.
All chapters are revised and updated with recent advances.
A ready reckoner covering all the important topics in reproductive medicine.
New chapters are added on endometrial and ovarian rejuvenation; Medicolegal aspects of fertility; new ART laws; gender transformations; fertility options in the LGBTQ community, etc.
An attempt has made to discuss male infertility in detail, new chapters on varicocele and fertility issues in males with spinal cord injuries were refreshing additions in this regard.