Meiotic spindle presence and oocyte morphology do not predict clinical ICSI outcomes: a study of 967 transferred embryos.

@article{Chamayou2006MeioticSP,
  title={Meiotic spindle presence and oocyte morphology do not predict clinical ICSI outcomes: a study of 967 transferred embryos.},
  author={Sandrine Chamayou and Carmen Ragolia and Carmelita Alecci and Giorgia Storaci and E Maglia and Emanuele Russo and Antonino Guglielmino},
  journal={Reproductive biomedicine online},
  year={2006},
  volume={13 5},
  pages={
          661-7
        }
}
With a view to correlating oocyte morphology and meiotic spindle presence to clinical intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) outcomes, 967 oocytes that led to 967 transferred embryos in 404 embryo transfers were studied. No relationship was found between oocyte morphology (ooplasm texture, perivitelline space largeness, perivitelline space granulation absence/presence and the first polar body shape) or meiotic spindle presence or absence and clinical pregnancy per transfer and implantation… CONTINUE READING
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