With a good quality blastocyst, single embryo transfer remains the best choice

Reflections

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Volume 110, Issue 4, Page 631

Authors:

Abigail Mancuso, M.D., Joshua Kapfhamer, M.D.

Abstract:

Reflections on "Effect of transfer of a poor quality embryo along with a top-quality embryo on the outcome during fresh and frozen IVF cycles" by Dobson et al.


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