Helen E Nagels

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We report two male siblings with cryptophthalmos syndrome (Fraser syndrome), an autosomal recessive multiple malformation syndrome with cryptophthalmos, abnormal genitalia, and syndactyly of the fingers and toes as major clinical symptoms. Renal anomalies (uni- or bilateral agenesis) occur in 85 per cent. In the second trimester of both pregnancies (at 23.5(More)
BACKGROUND Infertility is a condition affecting 10% to 15% of couples of reproductive age. It is generally defined as "the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse". The treatment of infertility may involve manipulation of gametes or of the embryos themselves. These techniques are together(More)
The past three decades have seen considerable change in the understanding of clinical research methods. There has been an acceptance that RCTs are the best way of establishing treatment effectiveness and a recognition that, while single studies are useful, pooling knowledge from a complete body of work is likely to provide the best evidence. Advances in(More)
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