Cryopreserved embryo transfers suggest that endometrial receptivity may contribute to reduced success rates of later developing embryos.

@article{Richter2006CryopreservedET,
  title={Cryopreserved embryo transfers suggest that endometrial receptivity may contribute to reduced success rates of later developing embryos.},
  author={Kevin Richter and Sharon K Shipley and Ingrid McVearry and Michael J. Tucker and Eric A. Widra},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={2006},
  volume={86 4},
  pages={862-6}
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate viability and implantation potential of cryopreserved blastocysts according to the day of blastocyst expansion and cryopreservation. DESIGN Retrospective study. SETTING Private ART center. PATIENT(S) Three hundred and seventy-five patients undergoing embryo transfer with cryopreserved blastocysts. INTERVENTION(S) Blastocyst cryopreservation on day 5, 6, or 7 after oocyte retrieval according to the day of blastocyst expansion and subsequent embryo transfer. MAIN… CONTINUE READING

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