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Challenges in ovarian stimulation.
In 2016, ovarian stimulation faces two main challenges: how to obtain good quality oocytes while not endangering the patients treated, but also limited by maternal age and poor ovarian respondersExpand
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Five new species of Styphelia (Ericaceae: Epacridoideae: Styphelieae) from the Geraldton Sandplains, including notes on a new, expanded circumscription for the genus
Five new species of Styphelia Sm. (S. ciliosa Hislop & Puente-Lel., S. filamentosa Hislop & Puente-Lel., S. filifolia Hislop & Puente-Lel., S. longissima Hislop & Puente-Lel. and S. williamsiorumExpand
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Four new species of Astroloma (Ericaceae: Styphelioideae: Styphelieae) from Western Australia
Four new species of Astroloma R.Br. s. str. (A. acervatum Hislop & A.J.G.Wilson, A. chloranthum Hislop & A.J.G.Wilson, A. inopinatum Hislop and A. oblongifolium A.J.G.Wilson & Hislop) are described,Expand
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Systematics and biogeography of the Styphelieae (Epacridoideae, Ericaceae)
Considerable work has been undertaken over the last two decades toward a phylogenetic classification of the epacrids (Epacridoideae, Ericaceae). Generic level relationships have been resolved in allExpand
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Assessment of non-gynecological symptoms before and after removal of the Essure® sterilization device: a 6-month follow-up study.
BACKGROUND Most of the clinical adverse events associated with the Essure® sterilization device have been attributed to incidents during and immediately after device placement (perforation,Expand
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[Which ovarian stimulation to which women: The polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)].
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a frequent pathology in the young woman, linking infertility to a metabolic disease. Initial support will include a plan (in the case of overweight or obesity)Expand
The first ethanol sclerotherapy of an accessory cavitated uterine mass
Accessory cavitated uterine mass (ACUM) is a very rare, underdiagnosed pathology. It is treated with radical surgery, which results in uterine scarring. Here, we describe the first case of ethanolExpand