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Clinics in Reproductive Medicine and Assisted Reproductive Technology, Volume 4

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ISBN: 9789390709991
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Born with a passion of teaching and writing, Prof BN Chakravarty, still at age of 93 years, continues to teach and document information based on his own experience and contemporary scientific publications in his area of interest—Reproductive medicine, infertility and assisted reproductive technology (ART). This volume (Volume 4) of the book bears plenty of such evidences.

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    Apart from technologies like embryo transfer, mitochondrial transfer, vitrification, role of USG scan in reproductive medicine, the other interesting areas are interlinking fertility problems with commonly encountered endocrine, metabolic and some of the treatable oncologic disorders in young victims of reproducing age or even teenage boys and girls. PCOS and unexplained miscarriage are the constant and unavoidable trouble shooting areas for those clinicians who are involved with clinical practice of reproductive medicine. Chapters on these topics have also been included and elaborately discussed in this volume. The material and content of this book provide wide and rich information to the aspiring doctors and students who want to take up postdoctoral degree or specialise in the subspecialties of reproductive medicine and assisted reproductive technology.

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    Binding Hardcover
    Size 6.75”×9.5”
    Year 2022
    Edition 1st edition
    Pages 292
    Author BN Chakravarty
    Subject Reproductive medicine | obstetrics and gynecology | Infertility
    About the Author

    BN Chakravarty is an eminent Indian obstetrician and gynecologist, and overall a distinguished teacher having the style of teaching the subject from a conceptual point of view, a far cry from the prevailing style of teaching. Many prestigious honors and awards have been bestowed upon him for his magnificent contribution as a teacher. He was awarded the Coates Gold Medal by Calcutta University (1985), Mother Teresa Millennium Award (2006), Eminent Teacher Award (2006), Barclay Medal (2006) and Honorary Fellowship of Asiatic Society (2015). He has been felicitated with honorary membership of the International Federation of Fertility Society at its conference held in New Delhi in 2016. He is the first Indian and second in Asia to have received this honor. Dr Chakravarty is globally recognized for his pioneering work on reconstructive surgery for cervicovaginal atresia. However, he is best known as an infertility specialist mastering and advancing the art of ART during its infancy stages in India. He played a leading role in shaping the infertility management and reproductive health program in India to its present form. He served as the chairman of the ICMR Committee for Formulation of National Guidelines for Regulation, Supervision and Accreditation of ART Centers in India, and as the convener of Post-doctoral Fellowship Course in Reproductive Medicine under National Board, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Dr Chakravarty has to his credit 107 original research papers in peer-reviewed journals. He has contributed many chapters in various textbooks and delivered more than 500 lectures in national and international conferences. This series of volumes of Clinics in Reproductive Medicine and Assisted Reproductive Technologies narrates his clinical and research experience interwoven with the traditional textbook knowledge to offer a concise overview of the basics of reproduction together with medical and surgical management of reproductive disorders. With the concept of bridging the gap between the clinicians and the basic scientists in view, and advance his research work and train new specialists, Dr Chakravarty founded the Institute of Reproductive Medicine (IRM) in Kolkata, West Bengal, in 1986. To keep his ideas and thoughts rolling even after him, Dr Chakravarty has donated IRM to Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), Government of India. The only wish that Dr Chakravarty cherishes to dream is that under the aegis of ICMR, IRM should flourish with the innovative research activities in reproductive medicine and fertility management outside the ambit of business.

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