Obstetric and neonatal outcome after single embryo transfer.

@article{Poikkeus2007ObstetricAN,
  title={Obstetric and neonatal outcome after single embryo transfer.},
  author={Piia Poikkeus and Mika Gissler and Leila S Unkila-Kallio and Christel Hyd{\'e}n-Granskog and Aila Tiitinen},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2007},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={1073-9}
}
BACKGROUND Single embryo transfer (SET) pregnancies practically lack vanishing twins and may be associated with improved neonatal outcome. Our objective was to compare the obstetric and neonatal outcome of SET singletons with the outcome of singletons following double embryo transfer (DET) and spontaneous conception. METHODS A 7-year (1997-2003) cohort of fresh SET (n = 269) and DET (n = 230, including 25 vanishing twins) cycles resulting in singleton birth at Helsinki University Central… CONTINUE READING
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