One of the most popular areas in toxicology is environmental toxicology and its effects on human fertility. Designed as a clinical reference, this book focuses on both the mechanisms of reproductive failure (male and female) and the clinical techniques for assessing and monitoring the effects of various toxicants on the reproductive process. Section I provides a basic overview of the toxicologic effects of various agents on male and female reproductive physiology and the process of conception. Section II builds on this background and covers the mechanisms of toxicant action, describing the ways in which normal reproduction may become deranged. Section III describes clinical and epidemiological methods by which fertility can be monitored and by which reproductive toxicity might be identified.
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