Nomogram for the decline in serum antimüllerian hormone: a population study of 9,601 infertility patients.

  title={Nomogram for the decline in serum antim{\"u}llerian hormone: a population study of 9,601 infertility patients.},
  author={Scott B. Maresh Nelson and Martina C Messow and Alan Michael Wallace and Richard Fleming and Alex McConnachie},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  volume={95 2},
OBJECTIVE To define an optimal model for the decline in circulating antimüllerian hormone (AMH) with age and develop a validated age-related nomogram. DESIGN Cohort study with validation of linear, biphasic linear, differential, power, and quadratic equations undertaken in two additional cohorts. SETTING United Kingdom infertility clinics. PATIENT(S) Training cohort of 4,590 infertile women. Two separate validation cohorts; 4,588 infertile women, and 423 women with confirmed ovulation and… CONTINUE READING

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