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Cumulative baby take-home rate among women with PCOS treated with IVF

Kuivasaari-Pirinen – DGYE-2009-0112.r1 [ID 463713]

OBJECTIVE: This study was designed to evaluate cumulative live birth rates after an in vitro fertilization (IVF) programme in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) women.. more

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Pregnancy outcome following genetic maternal cryiopreservation

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Pregnancy outcome following genetic maternal cryiopreservation
Schenker J.

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PREGNANCY: FROM EMBRYO IMPLANTATION TO DELIVERY

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Circulating levels of preimplantation factor (PIF*) during pregnancy
Moschandreou D.

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Low levels of PAPP-A in first trimester of pregnancies conceived after ART and the risk of adverse obstetric outcome
Gjerris AC.

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Can nuchal translucency thickness in the first trimester predict GDM onset during pregnancy?

Luchi C.

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Combined functional and molecular analysis of endothelial cells from umbilical vessels of fetuses with normal or restricted intrauterine growthPisaneschi S.

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Amniotic fluid mesenchymal stem cells isolation, characterization and cryopreservation
Grati FR.

(13th World Congress on Human Reproduction – March 5-8 2009)

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Feto-maternal risks associated with pregnancy achieved through oocyte donation in a woman with Turner Syndrome.


Adonakis, Georgios; Georgopoulos, Neoklis; Papadopoulos, Vasilios; Vagenakis, George; Tsoukas, Athanasios; Decavalas, George

Abstract: We report a case of a 40 year old primipara Caucasian woman with Turner syndrome (TS) and Hashimoto thyroiditis that underwent a successful IVF-ET cycle with oocyte donation and single embryo transfer. more

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PROGESTERONE LEVELS ON OOCYTE RETRIEVAL DAY CAN PREDICT THE QUANTITY OF VIABLE EMBRYOS BUT NOT PREGNANCY OUTCOME OF INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTIONS

Zhihong Niu, Yun Feng, Aijun Zhang, Yijuan Sun and Huiqin Zhang

This study aimed to determine whether serum progesterone concentration on the day of oocyte retrieval (OR) affects the quantity of viable embryos and impacts the outcome of intracytoplasmic sperm injections (ICSI). more

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