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KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES OF INFERTILE COUPLES ABOUT ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY

@article{Sohrabvand2005KNOWLEDGEAA,
  title={KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES OF INFERTILE COUPLES ABOUT ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY},
  author={Farnaz Sohrabvand and M Asghari Jafarabadi},
  journal={Iranian Journal of Reproductive Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={3},
  pages={90-94}
}
Background: Knowledge of infertile couples about assisted reproductive technology is a fundamental parameter to optimize the infertility treatment and conduct it cooperatively. Objective: To evaluate knowledge and attitude of infertile couples about assisted reproductive technology we designed a descriptive cross-sectional study. Materials and Methods: 400 infertile patients were investigated by a self- administered structured questionnaire about demographic data, infertility history, and… Expand
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