An atlas of human blastocysts by Lucinda L. Veeck, Nikica Zaninovic PDF

By Lucinda L. Veeck, Nikica Zaninovic

ISBN-10: 0203008936

ISBN-13: 9780203008935

ISBN-10: 1842141694

ISBN-13: 9781842141694

If you happen to had a in charge technique for picking the healthiest and such a lot achievable conceptus from a cohort of becoming preembryos, exchanging greater than a unmarried one for you to in achieving sturdy being pregnant charges will be moot. someday within the not-so-distant destiny, this can be a fact. Taking a step in the direction of that destiny, An Atlas of Human Blastocysts vividly illustrates the common and extraordinary morphology of mammalian blastocysts. The atlas demonstrates that prolonged tradition of blastocysts is now achievable within the laboratory and issues us towards the day whilst will probably be attainable to select from a few fit hatched blastocysts.

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0001), as well as a significant difference in the incidence of multiple pregnancy per transfer (11% vs. 6%). One could argue that, since the policy exists to replace more than three preembryos in older women whenever possible, those receiving three represent women with poor ovarian response or limited oocyte reserve; this is quite true and should be overlooked when weighing the comparisons. Nevertheless, transferring more than three preembryos to older patients does not appear to expose these women to excessively or unacceptably high rates of multiple pregnancy, and does not lead to the multiple pregnancy rates seen after transfer of three or more preembryos to younger women (three replaced under age 40, 61% clinical pregnancy and 28% multiple pregnancy; more than three replaced under age 40, 58% clinical pregnancy and 27% multiple pregnancy).

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