Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women's Health (MU)
The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women's Health's dedicated and caring physicians provide a full range of outstanding health care services to women of all ages. These services include general obstetrics and gynecology, high-risk obstetrics or maternal-fetal medicine, reproductive endocrinology, fertility, gynecologic oncology, urogynecology, advanced pelvic reconstruction and women’s wellness. As faculty members of the MU School of Medicine, we are committed to training our medical students and resident physicians to become excellent obstetrician-gynecologists. Furthermore, our scientists are actively engaged in innovative research that uses basic, clinical and translational approaches to improve the health of women and children.
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Sperm retrieval rates and ICSI outcomes for men with nonobstructive azoospermia and the health of resulting offspring (2014)Invited commentary on the article: Esteves SC, Prudencio C, Seol B, Verza S Jr, Knoedler C, et al. Comparison of sperm retrieval and reproductive outcome in azoospermic men with testicular failure and obstructive azoospermia ...
Tumor Biomarker Glycoproteins in the Seminal Plasma of Healthy Human Males Are Endogenous Ligands for DC-SIGN (2012-01)DC-SIGN is an immune C-type lectin that is expressed on both immature and mature dendritic cells associated with peripheral and lymphoid tissues in humans. It is a pattern recognition receptor that binds to several pathogens ...
Associations between urinary metabolites of di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate and reproductive hormones in fertile men (2011-08)Widely used man-made chemicals, including phthalates, can induce hormonal alterations through a variety of cellular and molecular mechanisms. A number of rodent and observational studies have consistently demonstrated the ...
(Environmental Health Perspectives, 2010-09)Rodent and in vitro studies have demonstrated the estrogenicity of bisphenol A (BPA). However, few studies have examined the relationship between human exposure to BPA and male reproductive function. We investigated the ...