Consistent evidence on the detrimental role of severe chronic endometritis on in vitro fertilization outcome and the reproductive improvement after antibiotic therapy: on the other hand, mild chronic endometritis appears a more intricate matter

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VOLUME 116, ISSUE 2, P345-346

Authors:

Ettore Cicinelli, M.D., Rossana Cicinelli, M.D., Amerigo Vitagliano, M.D.

Abstract:

Reflections on "Impact of oral antibiotic treatment for chronic endometritis on pregnancy outcomes in the following frozen-thawed embryo transfer cycles of infertile women: a cohort study of 640 embryo transfer cycles" by Xiong et al.

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