Fertility Research

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Antimüllerian hormone to determine polycystic ovarian morphology To determine a cutoff for the Elecsys AMH Plus immunoassay (Roche Diagnostics International Ltd, Rotkreuz, Switzerland) to identify polycystic ovarian morphology (PCOM), a polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) criterion.
Detecting bombers and abnormal pregnancies: a lesson from the Royal Air Force The Chain Home was a series of costal radar stations used by the Royal Air Force to detect enemy aircraft during World War II. This technologic innovation led to a new statistical dilemma. Setting the radar at too sensitive a threshold would result in the detection of many flocks of geese and...
Surgical innovation begins at the end of your comfort zone Approximately 1 in 4 women with menorrhagia and dysmenorrhea have clinical evidence of adenomyosis. For those who have completed childbearing, hysterectomy provides definitive symptom management. Several medical options, including combined oral contraceptives, GnRH agonist/antagonist, and...
Intramural myomas more than 3–4 centimeters should be surgically removed before in vitro fertilization Myomas can cause infertility depending on their size and site (1, 2). The International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) classification takes into account the degree of intramural extension and distortion of the uterine cavity (3). There are numerous mechanisms (Fig. 1) linking...
Medicolegal issues surrounding legal sex designations The medical profession is deeply involved in designating and amending the sex designations on legal records that themselves are not used clinically. The assumptions inherent in the current legal sex designation system and the criteria for amending such are being reexamined. The harms of the current...
Retro cervical tunneling to ensure correct placement for robotic-assisted transabdominal cerclage To demonstrate the step-by-step surgical technique of robotic-assisted transabdominal cerclage, highlighting a new posterior compartment approach.
Iconic brands: standing the test of time with a little rebranding In Webster’s Dictionary, “standing the test of time” is defined as continuing to be important, relevant, and respected for a long period of time. In the business world, we live in an age of constant rebranding, marketing shifts, and mergers. While many brands dominate their respective markets, few...
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Developmental trajectory of monopronucleated zygotes after in vitro fertilization when they include both male and female genomes To examine the cause of monopronucleated zygote (1PN) formation that includes both maternal and paternal genomes.