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Andrology for the clinician

  • Schill, W.-B. (Wolf-Bernhard), 1939- , Comhaire, F. H. , Hargreave, Timothy B.
  • Springer
  • 2006
Andrology for the clinician
  • 자료유형
    단행본
  • 서명/저자사항
    Andrology for the clinician / [edited by] W.-B. Schill, F.H. Comhaire, T.B. Hargreave.
  • 발행사항
    New York, NY : Springer, 2006.
  • 개인저자
    Schill, W.-B., (Wolf-Bernhard), , 1939-, Comhaire, F. H., Hargreave, Timothy B.
  • 형태사항
    xxv, 645 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.
  • 서지주기
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • 내용주기
    Introduction : Andrology : definition, clinical issues and prevalence - Layout and how to use the book - General Considerations : Evidence-based medicine in reproductive medicine and andrology - Economic cost and cost-effectiveness - Ethics of reproductive research and treatment - Human tissue for research - I. Diagnosing and Solving Clinical Problems : 1.1 Problem: Gender Dysphoria and Disorders of Sexual Differentiation : 1.1.1 Gender dysphoria - 1.1.2 Disorders of sexual differentiation - 1.2 Problem : abnormal pubertal development : 1.2.1 Physiology - 1.2.2 Precocious Puberty - 1.2.3 Delayed Puberty - 1.3 Male Factor Fertility Problems : 1.3.1 Consensus-based approach to standardized diagnosis and management of the infertile male - 1.3.2 WHO recommended diagnostic flow chart - 1.3.3 Implications of multifactorial aetiology in the diagnosis and management of male infertility - 1.3.4 Sexual dysfunction and male fertility - 1.3.5 Reference values of semen variables and their interpretation - 1.3.6 Normal spermatozoa and isolated abnormalities of seminal plasma - 1.3.7 Immunological causes - 1.3.8 Iatrogenic causes of abnormal spermatozoa - 1.3.9 Systemic causes of male infertility - 1.3.10 Congenital disorders and male infertility - 1.3.11 Acquired testicular damage - 1.3.12 Cause : varicocele - 1.3.13 Infection/inflammation of the accessory sex glands - 1.3.14 Endocrine factors - 1.3.15 Oligo-astheno-teratozoospermia with no demonstrable cause (idiopathic O-A-T) - 1.3.16 Azoospermia - 1.4 Problems: Sexual Dysfunction : 1.4.1 Erectile dysfunction - 1.4.2 Erectile deformity, including Peyronie's disease - 1.4.3 Ejaculatory dysfunction : premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, anejaculation, low-volume ejaculation, retrograde ejaculation and painful ejaculation - 1.4.4 Orgasm dysfunction - 1.4.5 Abnormal libido - 1.4.6 Sexual deviation and paraphilias - 1.5 Problem: Male Contraception : 1.5.1 Controversies regarding post-vasectomy management - 1.5.2 Vasectomy reversal - 1.5.3 Male contraception - 1.5.4 Traditional methods - 1.6 Problem: Reproductive Tract Infections : 1.6.1 Reproductive tract infections/sexually transmitted diseases - 1.6.2 HIV infection - 1.7 Problem: Emergencies in Andrology : 1.7.1 Testicular torsion - 1.7.2 Blunt testicular trauma - 1.7.3 Penile fractures - 1.7.4 Priapism - 1.7.5 Testicular pain and related pain syndromes - 1.8 Benign Lesions and Malignant Tumours of the Male Genital Tract : 1.8.1 Scrotal benign lesions, epididymal cysts, epididymal tumours - 1.8.2 Testicular cancer, CIS, microcalcifications, TNM classification - 1.8.3 Penile inflammations - 1.8.4 Penile cancer - 1.8.5 Circumcision - 1.9 Problem: Diseases of the Prostate (Infection, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, Cancer) : 1.9.1 Benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostatic cancer - 1.9.2 Prostatitis - 1.10 Preblem: Male Breast Disorder : 1.10.1 Gynaecomastia and benign breast hyperplasia including iatrogenic causes - 1.10.2 Skin diseases of the male nipple - 1.10.3 Male breast cancer - 1.11 Problem: Male Ageing : 1.11.1 Neuroendocrine regulation of testicular function - 1.11.2 Male ageing : wear and tear - 1.11.3 Organ failure and common disease of the ageing male - II Rationale : 2.1 Understanding Normal Anatomy and Fuction : 2.1.1 Anatomy and histology of the male genital tract - 2.1.2 Sexual differentiation and development - 2.1.3 Physiology of spermatogenesis - 2.1.4 Physiology of sexual function - 2.1.5 Endocrine regulation - 2.1.6 Immunology of the testis and excurrent ducts - 2.1.7 Male contributions to the biology of conception and fertilization - 2.2 Mechamisms of Dysfunction and Pathology : 2.2.1 Disorders of prenatal sexual development - 2.2.2 Endocrine disorders and the role of hormone disrupters - 2.2.3 Infection/inflammation of the male genital tract as cause of abnormal spermatozoa - 2.2.4 Urethritis, sexually transmitted diseases (STD), acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) - 2.2.5 Disorders of blood flow : arterial and venous/sexual dysfunction and varicocele - 2.2.6 Effects of lifestyle and toxicants - 2.2.7 Influence of systemic diseases and iatrogenic factors on sexual and reproductive functions - 2.2.8 Mechanisms of pathogenesis of uro-genital cancers - 2.3 Diagnostic Tools : 2.3.1 History and examination for andrological problems - 2.3.2 Semen analysis and sperm function tests - 2.3.3 Cytomorphological semen analysis - 2.3.4 Clinical microbiology - 2.3.5 Hormonal evaluation in infertility and sexual dysfunction - 2.3.6 Tumour markers in andrology - 2.3.7 Technical investigations including imaging procedures : Doppler, MRI, PET, Echo for tumours - 2.3.8 Technical investigations including imaging procedures : colour flow Doppler and thermography for the detection of reflux in varicocele - 2.3.9 Evaluation of testicular biopsy samples from the clinical perspective - 2.3.10 Genetics and male infertility - 2.3.11 Tumour genetics (prostate/testis/penis) - 2.4 Therapeutic Options : 2.4.1 Introduction to Surgical Section : 2.4.2 Surgical procedures in andrology - 2.4.3 Vasectomy technique - 2.4.4 Vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy - 2.4.5 Nonsurgical cure of varicocele by transcatheter embolization of the internal spermatic vein(s) with a tissue adhesive - 2.4.6 Hormonal treatment of infertility - 2.4.7 Hormonal male contraception - 2.4.8 Treatment of gender dysphoria - 2.4.9 Treatment of sexual dysfunction - 2.4.10 Therapeutic options for benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH) and prostatic cancer - 2.4.11 Partial androgen deficiency of the ageing male (PADAM) and testosterone supplementation : use, misuse or abuse? - 2.4.l2 Abuse of androgens - 2.4.13 Exotic hormones - 2.4.14 Anti-ageing nutrition and food supplements - 2.4.15 Nutriceuticals and food supplements in the treatment of the infertile man - 2.4.16 Assisted reproductive techniques - 2.4.17 Cryopreservation of spermatozoa and testicular tissue including autotransplantation of germinal epithelium - 2.4.18 Current research and future prospects for gene therapy in andrology - 2.4.19 Behavioural therapy and counselling - 2.4.20 Donor insemination, egg and embryo donation - 2.4.21 Aesthetic andrology : surgical interventions - 2.4.22 Aesthetic andrology : skin care for men - male cosmetics and cosmetic dermatologic procedures.
  • 일반주제명
    Andrology
    Medicine & Public Health
    Urology/Andrology
    Reproductive Medicine
    Endocrinology
    Dermatology
    Gynecology
  • 기타형태 저록
    Schill, W.-B. (Wolf-Bernhard.), 1939- Andrology for the Clinician Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2006 9783540337133 67837
  • ISBN
    3540231714 (hbk.)
  • 언어
    영어

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Introduction
Andrology: definition, clinical issues and prevalence
Layout and how to use the book
General Considerations
Evidence-based medicine in reproductive medicine and andrology
Economic cost and cost-effectiveness
Ethics of reproductive research and treatment
Human tissue for research

I. Diagnosing and Solving Clinical Problems
1.1 Problem: Gender Dysphoria and Disorders of Sexual Differentiation
1.1.1 Gender dysphoria
1.1.2 Disorders of sexual differentiation
1.2 Problem : abnormal pubertal development
1.2.1 Physiology
1.2.2 Precocious Puberty
1.2.3 Delayed Puberty
1.3 Male Factor Fertility Problems
1.3.1 Consensus-based approach to standardized diagnosis and management of the infertile male
1.3.2 WHO recommended diagnostic flow chart
1.3.3 Implications of multifactorial aetiology in the diagnosis and management of male infertility
1.3.4 Sexual dysfunction and male fertility
1.3.5 Reference values of semen variables and their interpretation
1.3.6 Normal spermatozoa and isolated abnormalities of seminal plasma
1.3.7 Immunological causes
1.3.8 Iatrogenic causes of abnormal spermatozoa
1.3.9 Systemic causes of male infertility
1.3.10 Congenital disorders and male infertility
1.3.11 Acquired testicular damage
1.3.12 Cause: varicocele
1.3.13 Infection/inflammation of the accessory sex glands
1.3.14 Endocrine factors
1.3.15 Oligo-astheno-teratozoospermia with no demonstrable cause (idiopathic O-A-T)
1.3.16 Azoospermia
1.4 Problems: Sexual Dysfunction
1.4.1 Erectile dysfunction
1.4.2 Erectile deformity, including Peyronie's disease
1.4.3 Ejaculatory dysfunction : premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, anejaculation, low-volume ejaculation, retrograde ejaculation and painful ejaculation
1.4.4 Orgasm dysfunction
1.4.5 Abnormal libido
1.4.6 Sexual deviation and paraphilias
1.5 Problem: Male Contraception
1.5.1 Controversies regarding post-vasectomy management
1.5.2 Vasectomy reversal
1.5.3 Male contraception
1.5.4 Traditional methods
1.6 Problem: Reproductive Tract Infections
1.6.1 Reproductive tract infections/sexually transmitted diseases
1.6.2 HIV infection
1.7 Problem: Emergencies in Andrology
1.7.1 Testicular torsion
1.7.2 Blunt testicular trauma
1.7.3 Penile fractures
1.7.4 Priapism
1.7.5 Testicular pain and related pain syndromes
1.8 Benign Lesions and Malignant Tumours of the Male Genital Tract
1.8.1 Scrotal benign lesions, epididymal cysts, epididymal tumours
1.8.2 Testicular cancer, CIS, microcalcifications, TNM classification
1.8.3 Penile inflammations
1.8.4 Penile cancer
1.8.5 Circumcision
1.9 Problem: Diseases of the Prostate (Infection, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, Cancer)
1.9.1 Benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostatic cancer
1.9.2 Prostatitis
1.10 Preblem: Male Breast Disorder
1.10.1 Gynaecomastia and benign breast hyperplasia including iatrogenic causes
1.10.2 Skin diseases of the male nipple
1.10.3 Male breast cancer
1.11 Problem: Male Ageing
1.11.1 Neuroendocrine regulation of testicular function
1.11.2 Male ageing : wear and tear
1.11.3 Organ failure and common disease of the ageing male
II. Rationale
2.1 Understanding Normal Anatomy and Fuction
2.1.1 Anatomy and histology of the male genital tract
2.1.2 Sexual differentiation and development
2.1.3 Physiology of spermatogenesis
2.1.4 Physiology of sexual function
2.1.5 Endocrine regulation
2.1.6 Immunology of the testis and excurrent ducts
2.1.7 Male contributions to the biology of conception and fertilization
2.2 Mechamisms of Dysfunction and Pathology
2.2.1 Disorders of prenatal sexual development
2.2.2 Endocrine disorders and the role of hormone disrupters
2.2.3 Infection/inflammation of the male genital tract as cause of abnormal spermatozoa
2.2.4 Urethritis, sexually transmitted diseases (STD), acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)
2.2.5 Disorders of blood flow : arterial and venous/sexual dysfunction and varicocele
2.2.6 Effects of lifestyle and toxicants
2.2.7 Influence of systemic diseases and iatrogenic factors on sexual and reproductive functions
2.2.8 Mechanisms of pathogenesis of uro-genital cancers
2.3 Diagnostic Tools
2.3.1 History and examination for andrological problems
2.3.2 Semen analysis and sperm function tests
2.3.3 Cytomorphological semen analysis
2.3.4 Clinical microbiology
2.3.5 Hormonal evaluation in infertility and sexual dysfunction
2.3.6 Tumour markers in andrology
2.3.7 Technical investigations including imaging procedures : Doppler, MRI, PET, Echo for tumours
2.3.8 Technical investigations including imaging procedures
colour flow Doppler and thermography for the detection of reflux in varicocele
2.3.9 Evaluation of testicular biopsy samples from the clinical perspective
2.3.10 Genetics and male infertility
2.3.11 Tumour genetics (prostate/testis/penis)
2.4 Therapeutic Options
2.4.1 Introduction to Surgical Section
2.4.2 Surgical procedures in andrology
2.4.3 Vasectomy technique
2.4.4 Vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy
2.4.5 Nonsurgical cure of varicocele by transcatheter embolization of the internal spermatic vein(s) with a tissue adhesive
2.4.6 Hormonal treatment of infertility
2.4.7 Hormonal male contraception
2.4.8 Treatment of gender dysphoria
2.4.9 Treatment of sexual dysfunction
2.4.10 Therapeutic options for benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH) and prostatic cancer
2.4.11 Partial androgen deficiency of the ageing male (PADAM) and testosterone supplementation : use, misuse or abuse?
2.4.l2 Abuse of androgens
2.4.13 Exotic hormones
2.4.14 Anti-ageing nutrition and food supplements
2.4.15 Nutriceuticals and food supplements in the treatment of the infertile man
2.4.16 Assisted reproductive techniques
2.4.17 Cryopreservation of spermatozoa and testicular tissue including autotransplantation of germinal epithelium
2.4.18 Current research and future prospects for gene therapy in andrology
2.4.19 Behavioural therapy and counselling
2.4.20 Donor insemination, egg and embryo donation
2.4.21 Aesthetic andrology : surgical interventions
2.4.22 Aesthetic andrology : skin care for men : male cosmetics and cosmetic dermatologic procedures.