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2nd Edition of Global Conference on Gynecology & Women's Health

October 17-19, 2024 | Baltimore, Maryland, USA

October 17 -19, 2024 | Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Reproductive Physiology and Toxicology

Reproductive Physiology and Toxicology

Male and female reproductive systems reflect a very dynamic underlying physiology. Physiology has been described as both the "science of health" and the "science of life." This is troublesome for reproductive physiology since much of what we consider reproduction is not essential for either. Individually, reproductive system problems such as infertility are neither life-threatening nor cause significant physiological dysfunction. While some may argue that infertility is not a disease, any impairment in reproductive function can lead to the extinction of a population or even a species. Female reproductive physiology has therapeutic importance for concerns ranging from adolescent entry into child-bearing years to pregnancy, infertility disorders, and menopause.

The phrase reproductive toxicology refers to the detrimental effect on either parental generation fertility or progeny development. The phrase developmental toxicology refers to the harmful effects on the developing organism from conception to sexual maturation; thus, developmental toxicology can be regarded a subset of reproductive toxicology. The word embryotoxicity refers to the harmful effects on progeny during the first trimester of pregnancy, between conception and the foetal stage, and is thus included in developmental toxicology and, by extension, reproductive toxicology. Finally, teratogenicity is described as structural deformities or disorders in children following embryogenesis and is regarded as a developmental toxicological effect.

  • Developmental toxicity
Committee Members
Speaker at Womens Health Conference - Carlos Leal

Carlos Leal

Autonomous University of Chihuahua, Mexico
Speaker at Obstetrics Congress - Alberto Maringhini

Alberto Maringhini

ARNAS Civico Palermo, Italy
Speaker at Gynecology Conferences - George K Creatsas

George K Creatsas

University of Athens, Greece
Gynec 2024 Speakers
Speaker at Obstetrics Congress - Shailja Dixit

Shailja Dixit

Curio Digital Therapeutics, United States
Speaker at Womens Health Conference - Lee Marino Clyne

Lee Marino Clyne

Mills College, United States
Speaker at Obstetrics Congress - Mohamed Hosni

Mohamed Hosni

Health Care - NHS, United Kingdom
Speaker at Obstetrics Congress - Aysha Afzhal Qureshi

Aysha Afzhal Qureshi

ABUHB, United Kingdom

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