Perinatal outcome of singleton siblings born after assisted reproductive technology and spontaneous conception: Danish national sibling-cohort study.

@article{Henningsen2011PerinatalOO,
  title={Perinatal outcome of singleton siblings born after assisted reproductive technology and spontaneous conception: Danish national sibling-cohort study.},
  author={Anna-Karina A Henningsen and Anja Pinborg and \Ojvind Lidegaard and Christina H F Vestergaard and Julie L Forman and Anders Nyboe Andersen},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={2011},
  volume={95 3},
  pages={959-63}
}
OBJECTIVE To compare the perinatal outcome of singleton siblings conceived differently. DESIGN National population-based registry study. SETTING Denmark, from 1994 to 2008. PATIENT(S) Pairs of siblings (13,692 pairs; n = 27,384 children) conceived after IVF, intracytoplasmatic sperm injection (ICSI), frozen embryo replacement (FER), or spontaneous conception subcategorized into five groups according to succession: [1] IVF-ICSI vs. spontaneous conception (n = 7,758), [2] IVF-ICSI vs. FER… CONTINUE READING