Chronic endometritis is associated with an altered microbiome, but what about treatment and clinical outcomes?


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Volume 112, Issue 4, Pages 649–650


Jason M. Franasiak, M.D., H.L.C.D./A.L.D. (ABB)


Reflections on "Endometrial microbiota in infertile women with and without chronic endometritis as diagnosed using a quantitative and reference range-based method" by Liu et al. 

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