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Endometrin for luteal phase support in a randomized, controlled, open-label, prospective in-vitro fertilization trial using a combination of Menopur and Bravelle for controlled ovarian
TLDR
Pregnancy rates and live birth rates for Endometrin (twice daily and three times daily) were high and similar to those for P(4) gel and the adverse event profiles were similar across groups. Expand
Effects of oocyte exposure to local anesthetics on in vitro fertilization and embryo development in the mouse.
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It is demonstrated that the local anesthetics, lidocaine (L), chloroprocaine (C), and bupivacaine (B), adversely affect mouse in vitro fertilization and embryo development in the order of C greater than L greater than B. Expand
Multicenter evaluation of the Access AMH antimüllerian hormone assay for the prediction of antral follicle count and poor ovarian response to controlled ovarian stimulation.
TLDR
A fully automated AMH assay can be a useful biomarker for predicting POR in IVF cycles and because AMH cutoff points vary depending on the assay used, future studies should continue to calibrate test results to clinically important outcomes. Expand
ENTEROBIUS VERMICULARIS: SALPINGITIS A DISTANT EPISODE FROM PRECIPITATING APPENDICITIS
TLDR
In this case, E vermicularis presented as acute and chronic salpingitis in a patient who had had E verMicularis-related appendicitis 5 years earlier. Expand
Evaluation of mixed protocols with Bravelle (human-derived FSH) and Repronex (hMG) to assess clinical efficacy (EMBRACE) in women undergoing in vitro fertilization.
TLDR
Women <34 years had higher E(2) levels, more oocytes retrieved, and improved implantation and live birth rates compared with women 34 to 40 years old, and each ratio of human-derived FSH:hMG produced comparable implantation rates, and continuing pregnancy and take-home baby rates. Expand
Validation study of the Access AMH antimüllerian hormone assay for the prediction of poor ovarian response to controlled ovarian stimulation.
TLDR
This study validated the previously established AMH cut-point for the prediction of POR, which may vary depending on the assay used, and should be reported in the literature whenever possible. Expand
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