There are many surgical approaches to remove the Essure device. The most common is the laparoscopic approach. We present this video to compare robotic and laparoscopic surgical approaches for this novel operation.
An effective method using laparoscopy to enucleate and resect the upper vaginal leiomyoma can avoid injury of adjacent organs.
Use of phospholipase C zeta analysis to identify candidates for artificial oocyte activation: a case series of clinical pregnancies and a proposed algorithm for patient management
Immunofluorescence analysis of PLCz in the sperm of men with previous fertilization failure can guide clinicians to identify candidates for intracytoplasmic sperm injection/artificial oocyte activation.
Dedicated multidisciplinary management of pregnancy in Turner syndrome, preconception, during pregnancy, and in the postpartum period, optimizes the chances of a successful and uncomplicated pregnancy in this high-risk population.
Perinatal outcome in young patients with diminished ovarian reserve undergoing assisted reproductive technology
Young women with diminished ovarian reserve may have a decrease in clinical pregnancy rate without an increase in the risk of abnormal perinatal outcomes in subsequent follow-up.
Aneuploid embryo transfer: clinical policies and provider opinions at United States fertility clinics
There is no consensus regarding clinical policies for transfer of aneuploid embryos. Provider opinions vary widely and were most agreeable for trisomy 21 but least agreeable for trisomy 18.
Access to infertility services: characterizing potentially infertile men in the United States with the use of the National Survey for Family Growth
Demographic and health care utilization differences between men who have and have not used infertility services can help inform public policy related to fertility.
Protein supplements for physical enhancement and male reproductive health: Are there potential reasons for concern in an uncontrolled, unregulated, and widespread abuse scenario?