Unsuccessful oocyte retrieval: technical artefact or genuine 'empty follicle syndrome'?

Abstract

Unsuccessful oocyte retrieval after apparently successful ovarian stimulation (also referred to as 'empty follicle syndrome') occurs in 1-7% of women undergoing assisted reproductive techniques. A literature review was performed, as individual studies have reached differing conclusions on the aetiology and treatment or management of the phenomenon. The… (More)

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@article{Bustillo2004UnsuccessfulOR, title={Unsuccessful oocyte retrieval: technical artefact or genuine 'empty follicle syndrome'?}, author={Mar{\'i}a Adoraci{\'o}n Bustillo}, journal={Reproductive biomedicine online}, year={2004}, volume={8 1}, pages={59-67} }