Fraternal twins after elective single-embryo transfers: a lesson in never saying “never”

Reflections

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Volume 109, Issue 1, Page 63

Authors:

Caleb B. Kallen, M.D., Ph.D.

Abstract:

Reflections on "Not all twins are monozygotic following elective single embryo transfer. Analysis of 32,600 eSET cycles reported to SART" by Vega et al.


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