The excessive presence (percentage or number) of endometrial immune cells in patients with chronic endometritis cannot be associated with reduced endometrial receptivity or recurrent pregnancy failure

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Volume 113, Issue 1, Pages 85–86

Authors:

Diana Alecsandru, M.D., Ph.D., Juan A. Garcia Velasco, M.D.

Abstract:

Reflections on "Evaluation of peripheral and uterine immune status of chronic endometritis in recurrent reproductive failure patients" by Li et al.


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