Nonsurgical ovum transfer as a treatment in infertile women. Preliminary experience.

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This report summarizes our experience with nonsurgical ovum transfer at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. In 29 attempts, 12 ova have been recovered and transferred. Two ongoing intrauterine recipient pregnancies have resulted from this preliminary research. There were two complications: one ectopic pregnancy in a recipient woman and one retained pregnancy in a donor woman who aborted spontaneously.

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@article{Bustillo1984NonsurgicalOT, title={Nonsurgical ovum transfer as a treatment in infertile women. Preliminary experience.}, author={Maura Carolina Bustillo and John Edmond Buster and Spencer W. Cohen and Ian H Thorneycroft and James A . Simon and Stephen P. Boyers and James Marshall and Rachel Seed and J. Louw and R. G. Seed}, journal={JAMA}, year={1984}, volume={251 9}, pages={1171-3} }