Artificial insemination with fresh donor semen using the cervical cap technique: a review of 278 cases.

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Two hundred twenty-six patients received artificial insemination with fresh donor semen (AID) using the cervical cap technique; 52 patients underwent the procedure for 2 conceptions. Using life-table analysis to adjust for uneven patient follow-up, the cumulative pregnancy rate was 62.5% after 6 months of AID, and 82.4% after 10 months. Moreover, using a… (More)

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@article{Bergquist1982ArtificialIW, title={Artificial insemination with fresh donor semen using the cervical cap technique: a review of 278 cases.}, author={Christer Bergquist and James A Rock and J. Miller and David S. Guzick and Anne Colston Wentz and Georgeanna Seegar Jones}, journal={Obstetrics and gynecology}, year={1982}, volume={60 2}, pages={195-9} }