Recurrent implantation failure: Sapere aude

Recurrent implantation failure is a challenging clinical dilemma, without consensus diagnostic criteria. Diagnostic and therapeutic options cover embryo and maternal interfaces. While still investigational, novel therapeutics offer new alternatives for scientific inquiry

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VOLUME 116, ISSUE 6, P1430-1431

Author:

Micah J. Hill, D.O. 

Abstract:

Recurrent implantation failure is a challenging clinical dilemma, without consensus diagnostic criteria. Current evidence provides a starting point for clinical investigation and treatment, while novel therapeutics are being investigated. Ultimately, a consensus diagnosis is needed to inform clinical management and future investigation.

Fertility and Sterility

Editorial Office, American Society for Reproductive Medicine

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