Is removal of hydrosalpinges prior to in vitro fertilization the standard of care?

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Volume 111, Issue 4, Pages 652–656

Authors:

Bradley J. Van Voorhis, M.D., Rachel B. Mejia, D.O., William D. Schlaff, M.D., Bradley S. Hurst, M.D.

Abstract:

PRO: Removal of hydrosalpinges before in vitro fertilization is the standard of care

CON: Hydrosalpinx: time to question salpingectomy to enhance fertility

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