The effect of timing of embryonic progression on chromosomal abnormality.

  title={The effect of timing of embryonic progression on chromosomal abnormality.},
  author={Lindsay L. Kroener and Gayane Ambartsumyan and Christine Briton-Jones and Daniel A Dumesic and Mark W. Surrey and Santiago Munn{\'e} and David D Hill},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  volume={98 4},
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the relationship between aneuploidy and timing of blastocyst formation. DESIGN Historical cohort study. SETTING Private IVF clinic. PATIENT(S) Ninety-four couples undergoing IVF treatment in combination with chromosomal screening of embryos. The mean maternal age was 39.2 years and average number of embryos per patient 5.3. INTERVENTION(S) A total of 530 embryos were biopsied on day 3 and underwent chromosome screening with microarray-based comparative genomic… CONTINUE READING
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