Frontiers in Gynecological Endocrinology Volume 3: Ovarian Function and Reproduction - From Needs to Possibilities

Part I From Ovulation to Assisted Reproduction: New Insight and Strategies

Chapter 1. Luteal-Phase Stimulation

Chapter 2. Management of Luteal Phase in IVF Cycles

Chapter 3. Genomics and Ovarian Response

Chapter 4. Management of Poor Responders

Chapter 5. Gene Expression in Cumulus Cells and Oocyte Quality

Part II AMH, Ovarian Ageing and Premature Ovarian Insufficency Fertility

Chapter 6. Biomarkers of Ovarian Ageing

Chapter 7. Premature Ovarian Insufficiency: Advances in Management Through a Global Registry

Chapter 8. The Long-Term Risks of Premature Ovarian Insufficiency

Part III Gynecological Neuroendocrinology

Chapter 9. Pharmacological and Integrative Treatment of Stress-Induced Hypothalamic Amenorrhea

Chapter 10. Adipose Tissue and Menstrual Disturbances: Obesity Versus Anorexia Nervosa

Chapter 11. Neuroendocrine Basis of the Hypothalamus–Pituitary–Ovary Axis Aging

Chapter 12. Androgen Replacement in Women: Safe and Efficacious?

Part IV PCO, Metabolism, Vitamin D, Myoma and Endometriosis

Chapter 13. The Ratio of MI to DCI and Its Impact in the Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Experimental and Literature Evidences

Chapter 14. Metabolic Healthy Obesity and Metabolic Obesity with Normal Weight and CVD Risk in Women

Chapter 15. Myths of Endometriosis: “Endometriomas”

Chapter 16. Vitamin D Deficiency: Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment – New Consensus

Chapter 17. Medical Treatment of Myomas

Part V Menopause and Ageing

Chapter 18. Contraception in Climacterium

Chapter 19. Management of Symptoms During the Menopausal Transition

Chapter 20. The Aging Brain in Women: Impact of Steroid Replacement Therapies

Chapter 21. Current Findings on Soya and Isoflavones

Chapter 22. The Importance of Isoflavones for Women’s Health

Chapter 23. Gender-Specific Hypertension

Part VI Hormone Therapies: What New?

Chapter 24. Body Identical Hormone Replacement: The Way Forward?