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When ICSI killed Andrology - Created in 2021 - CPDID=874
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Return to CourseList Code:WEB004 Title: THE INVISIBLE MALE

 
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The Invisble Male Review Chapters
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When ICSI killed Andrology
 
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In the first of three video from the International IVF Initiative, Dr Alan Pacy talks about how ICSI changed male infertility mangament
   
 
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Review Chapters 1 Prior to 1992, treatment options for the treatment of male infertility included Multiple Choice  
  Continue on with current mangement
  Cross your fingers
  Intra-Uterine Insemination [IUI or AIH]
  Use the donor sperm programme
  Adoption
  Cease treatment
Review Chapters 2 ICSI was first described in Yes/No  
  1990
  1992
  1994
  1996
  1998
Review Chapters 3 The real value of ICSI was it provided infertile couples due to male infertility with a new alternative treatment. Yes/No  
  Yes
  No
Review Chapters 5 ICSI totally replaces donor insemination for the treatment of male factor infertility leaving donor insemiantion for social infertility [in the UK] from about Yes/No  
  1990
  1995
  2000
  2005
  2010
  2015
  2020
Review Chapters 6 Using European data, there were more ICSI cycles than IVF cycles from Yes/No  
  1997
  1998
  1999
  2000
  2001
  2002
  2003
  2004
  2005
  2006
Review Chapters 7 According to Boulet,et.al. (2015) JAMA 20:255-263, ICSI was used for Non-male infertily in 2012 in Yes/No  
  <20% of cases
  20%-40% of cases
  40%-60% of cases
  60% - 80% of cases
  >80% of cases
Review Chapters 8 According to Dr Geyter, et.al. (2020) Human Reproduction 35(12) 2832-49, which of the following statements are correct? Multiple Choice  
  Australia reached parity for IVF:ICSI in 1999
  The USA reached parity for IVF:ICSI in 2000
  European clincs reached parity for IVF:ICSI in 2010
  In 2016, the IVFxICSI ratio in Australia was 0.4
  In 2016, the IVFxICSI ratio in the USA was 0.5
  In 2016, the IVFxICSI ratio in European clinics was 0.4
Review Chapters 9 According to de Mouzon, et. al. (2020) Human Reproduction 35(8):1990-13, the % of ICSI cycles in the varied in different geographical areas. Which of the following are correct for the data year 2012? Multiple Choice  
  88.4% in Africa
  56.6% in Asia
  69.4% in Europe
  97% in Latin America
  99.9% in the Middle East.
  64.1% in North America
Review Chapters 10 The highest proprtion of ICSI cycles in 2012 was performed in the Middle East. Yes/No  
  Yes
  No
Review Chapters 11 In Poland 2016, 95.1% of all cycles were ICSI Yes/No  
  Yes
  No
Review Chapters 12 Alan Pacy suggested several reason why ther eis an increaed use of ICSI. Which of the following were suggested (without implying any were correct). Multiple Choice  
  Increasing incidence of mael infertility
  Increasing patient choice
  Increasing doctor recommendations
  Fear of failed IVF by patient
  Fear of failed IVF by doctor
  Considered a better treatment by clients
  Seen as a way to increase clinic profitability
  Part of a general trend of overtreatment
Review Chapters 13 In a study by Supramanain, et.al.(2020) Human Repduction 35(3):583-94, there was no difference in the treatment outcomes for non-male factor clients between the use of IVF and the use of ICSI. Yes/No  
  Correct
  Incorrect.
Review Chapters 14 According to Luke, et.al. (2021) Human Reproduction 36(1):116, there was an increase in major birth defects in children with the use of ICSI Yes/No  
  Correct
  No
Review Chapters 15 The Practice Committee of the ASRM has recommended ICSI in which of the following situations for non male factor cases Multiple Choice  
  For unexplained infertility
  For poor quality oocytes
  For low oocyte yield
  For advanced maternal age
  For prior failed fertilisation
  For routine use
  for PGT-A
  For IVM
  For cryopreserved oocytes
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