BOCA RATON, FL, March 10, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Palm Beach Fertility Center founder Mark Denker MD says new test may help to determine and treat IVF implantation failure cause.
Mark Denker MD recently announced that a new test is available to IVF patients experiencing implantation failure. Palm Beach Fertility Center‚EUR s Mark Denker MD offers the test on-site at the Center and reports that it is designed to monitor the endometrium during the time of implantation. According to Mark Denker MD, this allows physicians the opportunity to get to the bottom of IVF failure in otherwise healthy women.
According to Mark Denker MD, one of the biggest sources of frustration for fertility patients is unsuccessful implantation. The new test will help eager parents-to-be understand why their IVF treatments have failed, explains Mark Denker MD.
Historically, implantation failure has been a mystery to fertility specialists. Testing lacked conclusiveness; as an example, Mark Denker MD points to the endometrial function test. This test uses a microscope to examine a biopsied sample of the endometrial lining. Other endometrial receptivity tests include the B3 Integrin which Mark Denker MD says is helpful but only notes the problem. Neither test conclusively identifies real-time issues with the endometrial lining that would help reproductive experts like Mark Denker MD decide how to treat the cause.
This most recent addition to Palm Beach Fertility‚EUR s arsenal of tests, says Mark Denker MD, samples the endometrium as implantation occurs. By taking a tissue sample at this critical stage in the IVF process, Mark Denker MD can observe the conditions the implanted cells are entering.
Mark Denker MD reports that the new test measures the endometrial surface for protein expression. Results are then compared to a control group of protein expressions to determine where a malfunction might be occurring, says Mark Denker MD.
Once the test results are in, Mark Denker MD can prescribe HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) in order to shift the window of time a woman has to conceive. This, according to Mark Denker MD, can increase a couple‚EUR s likelihood of getting pregnancy via the In-Vitro process.
Palm Beach Fertility is one of the nation's most trusted fertility clinics. Mark Denker MD utilizes both holistic treatments and technological advanced in medicine, resulting in Palm Beach Fertility reporting the most successful pregnancy rates in Florida for IVF patients under 35 years old. Mark Denker MD employs only highly trained staff to help run the center, which includes a modern IVF lab, complete with the capability to perform advanced genetic testing.
Dr. Mark Denker MD is an Alumnus of the Baylor College of Medicine, having earned his doctorate in 1988. Fulfilling a life-long dream of helping families become whole, Mark Denker MD founded Palm Beach Fertility in 1994. Palm Beach Fertility Center is a world-class fertility treatment center with a global clientele. Over the last decade and a half, Mark Denker MD has added innovative fertility treatments to the Center's services. Notably, Dr. Mark Denker MD an ART certified physician and is also the first doctor to offer the EVIE IUI device.
Mark Denker MD has assisted couples from all over the world and has earned a reputation for compassion and a genuine desire to makes the dreams of parenthood a reality for the hundreds of thousands of men and women who suffer from infertility.
Mark Denker MD may be contacted by calling Palm Beach Fertility Center at 800.953.BABY.
Mark Denker MD is a Boca Raton, Florida-based Reproductive Endocrinologist and Board Certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist. He is the founder of Palm Beach Fertility. A graduate of the Baylor College of Medicine, Mark Denker MD is notable for directing the center, which has been named one of the top 25 fertility clinics in the United States.
Mark Denker MD completed his internship at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami and went on to finalize his residency at the University Of Illinois Hospital in Chicago in 1992. Mark Denker MD accomplished his fellowship in Orange, California, at the University of California Irvine in 1994. While in college, Mark Denker MD was honored to be a member of the Promotions Committee and Cultural Arts Council. In 1984 he also served as a teaching assistant in cellular biology and histology. During his undergraduate studies, Dr. Mark Denker MD was active in the Molecular Biology Journal Club.
After passing the Federal Licensing Exam in Florida in 1989, Mark Denker MD was certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and received subspecialty certification in reproductive endocrinology. In 1999, Mark Denker MD was Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Mark Denker MD has been invited into many academic appointments throughout his career. From 1992 to 1994, Mark Denker MD served the department of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of California Irvine as a clinical instructor in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Following a decade of building a client base at Palm Beach Fertility, Mark Denker MD was invited to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as a guest lecturer for the Nova Southeastern University Physician Assistant Program. From 2006 through 2008, Mark Denker MD was appointed as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Florida Atlantic University ÔŅĹ part of the University of Miami School of Medicine.
Throughout his education and career, Mark Denker MD has received a great deal of credit for excellence in his field. He graduated with Honors and Excellence in Research from the University of California Irvine and Excellence in Neurology at the Baylor College of Medicine. During his fellowship, Mark Denker MD was recognized by the Pacific Coast Fertility Society for extensive research in the area of human reproduction. For this, Mark Denker MD was awarded an opportunity to present his findings at the European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology in Belgium.
Mark Denker MD has traveled extensively throughout the United States presenting his research and findings to medical professionals. Mark Denker MD has also presented at Las Vegas Hospital and Martin Memorial Hospital. In 1997 and 1998, Mark Denker MD offered his time and expertise to the South Florida Parenting Workshop where he spoke to hopeful parents regarding basic and advanced infertility treatments.
In addition to live meetings, Dr. Mark Denker MD is featured in a 1990 teaching video entitled Double Laparoscopy, which was presented at the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopist Meeting.
Mark Denker MD has contributed to peer-reviewed journals including articles on Characterization and Post synthetic Modifications of Tetrahymena High Mobility Group Patients (Biochemistry April 17, 1715-21, 1983) and Is There a Role for Ovarian Stimulation and Intrauterine Insemination After Age 40? (Human Reproduction Vol. 9 No.12, 2284-2286, 1994).
Dr. Mark Denker MD is the past President of the Florida Society for Reproductive Endocrinology, a member of the Florida Medical Association, the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology, the Society of Reproductive Surgeons, the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, the Palm Beach County Medical Association, and the American Medical Association. Mark Denker MD is also on staff at three area facilities including Boca Raton Outpatient Surgery Ctr. and West Boca and Boca Raton Regional hospitals.
When he is not helping patients achieve their dreams of parenthood, Mark Denker MD can be found playing tennis, diving, or researching the latest breakthroughs in fertility.
For additional information on Mark Denker MD visit Palm Beach Fertility CenterÔŅĹs website at palmbeachfertility.com.---
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