Technology & Infertility: Clinical Psychosocial, Legal, & Ethical Aspects : A wealth of technological advances in recent years has greatly expanded the clinician's options in the diagnosis and management of infertility. This book provides the clinician with the most up-to-date treatment advances that have become essential to optimal patient care. With this broad range of available technology come increased social, psychological, legal, and ethical concerns. This timely book addresses the growing need for an understanding of these issues which now face the clinician. The book explores such issues as donor oocytes and embryos, the role of embryos in prenatal diagnosis, the introvarian growth factor system, diethylstilbestrol and infertility, public policy and the new technologies, the adoptee's search for birth parents, and sexual dysfunction and infertility.
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