Recommended practices for the management of embryology andrology and endocrinology laboratories A committee opinion

This paper provides physicians with an overview of what personnel and processes constitute good laboratory practices in endocrinology, andrology, and embryology laboratories.

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Practice Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine

Volume 102, Issue 4, Pages 960-963

Abstract

This document provides a general overview for physicians of the qualities and conditions necessary for good management practices within the endocrinology, andrology, and embryology laboratories in the United States. It is intended as an addendum to previously published guidelines that further detail these responsibilities.

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