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Evaluación de la reserva ovárica

@inproceedings{Reyes2010EvaluacinDL,
  title={Evaluaci{\'o}n de la reserva ov{\'a}rica},
  author={V. S. V. Reyes},
  year={2010}
}
Term ovarian reserve is used in reproductive biology to describe the functional potencial of the ovary; namely the ovarian capacity of joining follicle genesis and steroid genesis. The golden standard to determine ovarian reserve is the total population count of ovarian primordial follicles in a determined live-stage of a woman, strictly in oophorectomy products, which has little applicability and leads to ethical limitations. Thus, there is a series of clinical standards assessing indirectly… Expand
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