Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Faculty in this division include:
A wide variety of surgical services including tubal anastomosis, myomectomy, advanced laparoscopic surgery, laser laparoscopy, diagnostic ultrasound and diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy are performed while on this service.
Assisted Reproductive Techniques:
The Center for Reproductive Medicine provides ART to central, western, and northwestern Kansas, northern Oklahoma, and southwestern Nebraska. Services include in-vitro fertilization (IVF), assisted hatching, and intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). Donor sperm and donor oocyte services are also available. Approximately 200 ART cycles are done each year.
Specific Goals and Objectives
Interpersonal and Communication Skills and System-Based Practice
- The resident observes and learns interview techniques with specific reference to potential contributors to infertility or reproductive problems.
- The resident develops the ability to present patient problems and plans in an organized and comprehensive manner, learn the subtleties of the basic infertility evaluation, and the indications for each of the diagnostic techniques.
Medical Knowledge and Patient Care
- The resident will understand and be able to outline steroid biosynthesis and abnormalities as they may relate to various reproductive problems.
- The resident will understand the principles and practice of ovulation monitoring and ovulation induction.
- The resident will learn the technique of vaginal sonography to specifically include appreciation of normal anatomy, identification of ovaries, identification of early intrauterine pregnancy and pregnancy abnormalities, and identification and diagnosis of follicular development.
- The resident observes intrauterine insemination and performs semen analysis in the
- Residents learn to perform hysterosalpingograms
Jun 12, 2014