Early detection and staging of spontaneous embryo resorption by ultrasound biomicroscopy in murine pregnancy

@inproceedings{Flores2014EarlyDA,
  title={Early detection and staging of spontaneous embryo resorption by ultrasound biomicroscopy in murine pregnancy},
  author={Luis Eduardo L{\'o}pez Flores and Thomas Hildebrandt and Anja Andrea K{\"u}hl and Barbara Drews},
  booktitle={Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology},
  year={2014}
}
BackgroundEmbryo resorption is a major problem in human medicine, agricultural animal production and in conservation breeding programs. Underlying mechanisms have been investigated in the well characterised mouse model. However, post mortem studies are limited by the rapid disintegration of embryonic structures. A method to reliably identify embryo resorption in alive animals has not been established yet. In our study we aim to detect embryos undergoing resorption in vivo at the earliest… CONTINUE READING
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