Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: 1. Understand the physiology of ovulation 2. Know the basic knowledge of the pathophysiology and clinical presentations of ovulatory dysfunction 3. Classify ovulatory disorders on the basis of their anatomical levels...
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: 1. Understand the physiology of ovulation 2. Know the basic knowledge of the pathophysiology and clinical presentations of ovulatory dysfunction 3. Classify ovulatory disorders on the basis of their anatomical levels 4. Choose the appropriate treatment and understand the principles of management, including reduction of complications such as ovarian hyperstimulation 5. Identify causes of anovulation. 6. Understand appropriate patient selection and to be able to 7. Address lifestyle issues and individualise treatment. 8. Recognise the significance of ovulation and cumulative conception rates 9. Explain the action of different gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) analogues and their value in treating ovulatory disorders. 10. Identify uncommon causes of ovulatory disorders and treat them correctly and discuss the risks of treating ovulatory disorders. 11. Decide if there is a need for ART in treating anovulatory infertility.Read more
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