Written by authorities in their fields, this book presents an overview of current knowledge of the polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), its etiology and pathology, and the implications for effective medical management.
In contrast to existing titles, this book focuses on the difficulty of making an accurate diagnosis and the consequential problem of identifying the most effective program of management.
Among the most important consequences of PCOS is infertility, and the authors provide clear guidance on the role of new assisted reproductive technologies in overcoming this problem.
The book is extremely well illustrated with tables, graphs, and charts that help explain physiologic principles.
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