Future Aspects in Human In Vitro Fertilization

  • Wilfried Feichtinger
  • Peter Kemeter
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVI
  2. C. Broda
    Pages 1-7
  3. R. W. Rorie, R. J. Pendleton, S. H. Pool, C. R. Youngs, R. A. Godke
    Pages 26-35
  4. F. Leroy, A. Massip, F. Puissant
    Pages 36-46
  5. K. Diedrich, S. Al-Hasani, H. van der Ven, D. Krebs
    Pages 50-57
  6. D. G. Whittingham
    Pages 58-63
  7. M. J. Sinosich
    Pages 64-76
  8. Y. Menezo, M. Plachot, Y. Heyman, L. Ducret, B. Nicollet, J. Beurlet et al.
    Pages 77-81
  9. R. Frydman, J. D. Rainhorn, R. Forman, J. Belaisch-Allart, H. Fernandez, B. Lassalle et al.
    Pages 82-90
  10. J. Testart, B. Lassalle, J. Belaisch-Allart, A. Hazout, R. Forman, R. Frydman
    Pages 91-96
  11. M. J. Ashwood-Smith, R. Simons
    Pages 97-100
  12. W. Feichtinger, I. Benkö, P. Kemeter
    Pages 101-110
  13. B. Lassalle, A. M. Courtot, J. Testart
    Pages 111-118
  14. M. Metka, T. Haromy, J. Huber, B. Schurz
    Pages 119-121
  15. M. Bustillo, J. E. Buster
    Pages 122-124
  16. P. J. Lütjen, D. L. Healy, C. Chan, J. K. Findlay, I. Kola, A. O. Trounson
    Pages 125-132
  17. P. Devroey, P. Braeckmans, M. Camus, I. Khan, J. Smitz, C. Staessens et al.
    Pages 133-137
  18. N. Laufer, D. Navot, R. Rabinowitz, A. Lewin, A. Birkenfeld, E. J. Mangalioth et al.
    Pages 138-144
  19. P. Kemeter, W. Feichtinger, E. Bernat
    Pages 145-153
  20. J. Jami, R. Pictet
    Pages 180-186
  21. T. Doetschman, A. Gossler, R. Kemler
    Pages 187-195
  22. S. Suzuki, H. Kitai, S. Kurasawa, K. Yoda, S. Komatsu, M. Ohba et al.
    Pages 196-212
  23. J.-P. Ozil, J. A. Modlinski
    Pages 213-216
  24. J. A. Modliński, J.-P. Ozil
    Pages 225-231
  25. S. M. Willadsen
    Pages 231-237
  26. R. O’Rahilly, F. Müller
    Pages 238-244
  27. R. G. Edwards
    Pages 245-250
  28. M. Plachot, J. Mandelbaum, A.-M. Junca, J. Cohen, J. Salat-Baroux, C. Da Lage
    Pages 267-275
  29. Back Matter
    Pages 277-285

About these proceedings


While the organization of an international congress on in vitro fertilization (IVF) was an entirely new venture for us in 1983, since we had no experience but were full of optimism, we approached the organization of a second Congress in Vien­ na in 1986 much more calmly. Our experience had increased as had the readiness of many of our friends to help and of people interested in cooperating. However, would our Congress not lose its originality on account of the increased routine? This was certainly a possible danger which we wanted to prevent by means of two counter measures. The first concerned the scientific program: the new and trend-setting aspects of IVF would be discussed primarily rather than the results of traditional methods. The second measure concerned the social program, aimed more at private contacts in the intimate and familiar atmosphere of homes and workplace rather than meetings in luxurious but impersonal public institu­ tions. We believe that both these measures achieved the desired effect. Although we could not avoid some events taking place at the same time, the most important problems were treated and discussed jointly. Thus, the Congress was easy to survey, and all topics were thoroughly discussed.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Wilfried Feichtinger
    • 1
  • Peter Kemeter
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für Endokrinologie der Fortpflanzung und IVFWienAustria

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1987
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-71414-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-71412-2
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