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Abnormal estrous cyclicity after disruption of endothelial and inducible nitric oxide synthase in mice.
- A. Jablonka-Shariff, S. Ravi, A. Beltsos, L. Murphy, L. Olson
- Medicine, Biology
- Biology of reproduction
- 1 July 1999
The dysfunction in cyclicity, ovulation rate, ovarian morphology, and steroidogenesis in eNOS-knockout female mice strongly supports the concept that eN OS/NO plays critical roles in ovulation and follicular development. Expand
Body mass index: impact on IVF success appears age-related.
- M. L. Sneed, M. Uhler, H. Grotjan, J. Rapisarda, K. Lederer, A. Beltsos
- Human reproduction
- 1 August 2008
In younger patients undergoing IVF, BMI has a significant negative impact on fertility that diminishes as patients reach their mid thirties, and after Age 36, BMI does not appear to have a major effect on IVF outcome. Expand
Adding human menopausal gonadotrophin to antagonist protocols - is there a benefit?
In conclusion, irrespective of age, using a treatment regimen consisting of a combination of HMG plus r-FSH was not beneficial compared with r- FSH alone in patients using a GnRH antagonist protocol. Expand
Embryo transfer practices in the United States: a survey of clinics registered with the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology.
Although the majority of clinicians responding to the survey reported following ASRM embryo transfer guidelines, at least half would deviate from these guidelines in a number of different situations. Expand
Ovulation induction and ovarian malignancy.
Research to date demonstrates conflicting results, with some investigators reporting an increased risk of ovarian cancer with fertility drugs, whereas others do not. Expand
The relationship of the postcoital test and semen characteristics to pregnancy rates in 200 presumed fertile couples.
- A. Beltsos, S. Fisher, M. Uhler, E. Clegg, M. Zinaman
- International journal of fertility and menopausal…
- 1 July 1996
The results support the use of the PCT for initial evaluation of the infertile couple and measures predictive of pregnancy, which included vigorously moving sperm per high-power field, sperm concentration, motile sperm count, and percent motility. Expand
Endometrin as luteal phase support in assisted reproduction.
- E. Feinberg, A. Beltsos, Elitsa Nicolaou, E. Marut, M. Uhler
- Biology, Medicine
- Fertility and sterility
- 1 September 2011
Endometrin monotherapy was sufficient for the P component of luteal support and provided high PRs for fresh cycles in both autologous and donor oocyte cycles in assisted reproductive technology (ART) cycles. Expand
Session 06: Oocyte/Embryo Freezing
How members of the Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility and Society of Reproductive Surgeons evaluate, define, and manage hydrosalpinges.
Although laparoscopic salpingectomy was the preferred method of surgical management, nearly one-half responded that hysteroscopic tubal occlusion should have a role as a primary method of intervention. Expand
Patients’ administration preferences: progesterone vaginal insert (Endometrin®) compared to intramuscular progesterone for Luteal phase support
- A. Beltsos, Mark D. Sanchez, K. Doody, M. Bush, A. Domar, M. Collins
- Reproductive Health
- 11 November 2014
It is suggested that PVI provides an easy-to-use and convenient method for providing the necessary luteal phase support for IVF cycles without the pain and inconvenience of daily IM PIO. Expand