AFTER MORPHOLOGY PRIORITIZATION PGT-A SHOULD IMPROVE IMPLANTATION RATES BY 10%

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There is much debate over the degree of improvement preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy (PGT-A) provides with regards to implantation rates compared to not testing embryos. This debate is further confused by theoretical examples leading to the conclusion that PGT-A should yield implantation rates as high as 83%. However, this logic is flawed because when an untested embryo is selected for transfer, embryologists employ morphology as a tool to prioritize transfer of the best appearing embryos.