Recurrent pregnancy loss is defined as the loss of two or more pregnancies in a row.
This book is a concise guide to the investigation and management of recurrent pregnancy loss.
Divided into 12 sections, the text begins with an introduction and discussion on anatomical causes of recurrent pregnancy loss.
The following sections examine different causes of pregnancy loss including thrombophilia, genetic causes, endocrine causes, infections, endometriosis, and more.
The final sections cover male factors, and environmental and psychological factors that may contribute to recurrent pregnancy loss, concluding with a selection of management pearls.
The book is further enhanced by clinical ultrasound images and figures.