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Contents. Textbook of Clinical Embryology - Half title page. pp i-ii. Access. PDF · HTML; Export citation. Textbook of Clinical Embryology - Title page. pp iii-iii. Textbook of Clinical. Embryology. Edited by. Kevin Coward. Principal Investigator and Director of the MSc Clinical Embryology, Nuffield Department of Obstetrics. in Publication data. Textbook of clinical embryology / edited by Kevin Coward, Dagan Wells. p. ; cm. pdf/The%20Millennium%20Development%20Goals%.
Female reproductive tract and oocyte development Suzannah A. Williams; 5.
Key events in early oogenesis affecting oocyte competence in women Geraldine Hartshorne; 7. Regulation of gonadal function Nicolas Vulliemoz and Christian Becker; 8.
Reproductive endocrinology Enda McVeigh; 9. Reproductive immunology Ian Sargent; Sperm biology and maturation Bill Holt and Jane Morrell; Early embryogenesis Shankar Srinivas and Tomoko Watanabe; Infertility: Global perspectives in reproductive health and fertility Janis Meek and Stephen Kennedy; Fertility control and contraception Enda McVeigh; Causes and investigations of male and female infertility Tim Child; Treatment of male and female infertility Tim Child; Quality management in assisted reproduction Janet Currie and Jo Craig; Thornhill; Part IV.
Semen analysis and preparation Aysha Itani and Karen Turner; There is an excellent chapter on the development of the placenta with mention of its role in such clinical entities as placenta previa and Rh sensitization and a short summary of its hormone functions and relationships.
As soon as the embryo has reached the somite and limb bud stage, the organism as a whole is abandoned, and each organ system is taken up individually and is followed through its development with clinical relationships brought out whenever possible. The details of much of the cellular morphology is left out in favor of emphasis on functional development. Accordingly, there is little or no mention of the complex and technical dcvclopments of chemical embryology which belongs more properly in the texts designed for specialized workers in this field.
There are times when the reader feels the lleed for more correlation between the developmental stage of one organ system with that of another organ system or even with that of the embryo as a whole. Once you have completed the development of each of the systems and organs, you are left to yourself to bring all the parts together and come up with a unified and functioning fetus.
The book is well enough written and so well thought out that one feels entirely capable of assembling the parts without much difficulty and the reader is left with a better understanding of the embryo's functional development. Heerlen, , N. Uitgeverij Winants. This report describes the study of patients who had 1, pregnancies and on whom glucose Report "Textbook of Human Embryology.