Significantly lower ectopic pregnancy rates after frozen embryo transfer Implications toward segmentation of in vitro fertilization treatment

Reflections on "Frozen-thawed embryo transfer is associated with a significantly reduced incidence of ectopic pregnancy" by Shapiro et al.

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Nikolaos P. Polyzos, M.D., Ph.D. and Paul Devroey, M.D., Ph.D.

Volume 98, Issue 6, Pages 1419-1420, December 2012

Abstract

Reflections on "Frozen-thawed embryo transfer is associated with a significantly reduced incidence of ectopic pregnancy" by Shapiro et al.

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