2015, 187 Seiten, 7 Abb., Springer International Publishing
This book provides andrologists and other practitioners with reliable, up-to-date information on all aspects of male infertility and is designed to assist in the clinical management of patients. Clear guidance is offered on classification of infertility, sperm analysis interpretation and diagnosis. The full range of types and causes of male infertility are then discussed in depth. Particular attention is devoted to poorly understood conditions such as unexplained couple infertility and idiopathic male infertility, but the roles of diverse disorders, health and lifestyle factors and environmental pollution are also fully explored. Research considered stimulating for the reader is highlighted, reflecting the fascinating and controversial nature of the field. International treatment guidelines are presented and the role of diet and dietary supplements is discussed in view of their increasing importance. Clinicians will find that the book’s straightforward approach ensures that it can be easily and rapidly consulted.
From the book reviews:
“This is a contemporary presentation of the management of male infertility. … this book is intended as a review of male fertility management for urologists, reproductive endocrinologists, sexual health counselors, and gynecologists. This work reviews the current evaluation and treatment of the infertile male.” (Irvin H. Hirsch, Doody’s Book Reviews, January, 2015)