September 2019

Volume 112, Issue 3

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Reproductive surgery: glimpses into the past and thoughts for the future (part 2)
Stephanie J. Estes, Steven R. Lindheim
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 406–407

Reproductive surgery for müllerian anomalies: a review of progress in the last decade
Artur Ludwin, Samantha M. Pfeifer
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 408–416

Current controversies in tubal disease, endometriosis, and pelvic adhesion
Jeffrey M. Goldberg, Tommaso Falcone, Michael P. Diamond
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 417–425

Fertility-enhancing male reproductive surgery: glimpses into the past and thoughts for the future
Joshua A. Halpern, Robert E. Brannigan, Peter N. Schlegel
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 426–437

Advances in fertility-preservation surgery: navigating new frontiers
Mindy S. Christianson, Kutluk Oktay
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 438–445

Inklings

Bioengineered uterus: a path toward ectogenesis
Carlo Bulletti, Carlos Simon
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 446–447

Overdiagnosis, overdetection, and overdefinition of the septate uterus: reexamination of the ASRM and ESHRE-ESGE criteria is urgently needed
Artur Ludwin, Wellington P. Martins, Bala Bhagavath, Steven R. Lindheim
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 448–449

Seminal contribution

Findings from a mobile application–based cohort are consistent with established knowledge of the menstrual cycle, fertile window, and conception
Louis Faust, Dani Bradley, Erin Landau, Katie Noddin, Leslie V. Farland, Alex Baron, Adam Wolfberg
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 450–457.e3

ASRM pages

Postoperative adhesions in gynecologic surgery: a committee opinion
Practice Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in collaboration with the Society of Reproductive Surgeons
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 458–463

Reflections

Big data meets the menstrual cycle
Joseph B. Stanford
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 464–465

Sperm DNA fragmentation to predict embryo development, implantation, and miscarriage: still an open question
Laura Rienzi, Rossella Mazzilli, Filippo Maria Ubaldi
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Page 466

Optimizing hormone therapy in fresh embryo transfers
Robert T. Rydze, William E. Gibbons
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 467–468

The receptive endometrium: the thinner the better?
Eric J. Forman
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 469–470

Divining the genetic status of embryos: consult the medium?
Dhruti Babariya, Megan Leaver, Dagan Wells
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 471–473

Is more better? A commentary on an ideal number of eggs to achieve a single live birth
Anne P. Hutchinson, MaryEllen Pavone
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Page 474

Should we transfer monopronuclear embryos? More data and even more questions
M. Blake Evans, Micah J. Hill, Eric D. Levens
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 475–476

Functional impairment of common gynecologic diseases in the “Me Too” era
Elizabeth A. Stewart
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Page 477

Androgens, estrogens, and cardiovascular disease: considerations for women with polycystic ovary syndrome
Helen H. Kim
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 478–479

An induced pluripotent stem cell–derived granulosa cell model revealed hyperactive CREB signaling in polycystic ovary syndrome subjects
Tianyanxin Sun, Margareta D. Pisarska
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 480–481

Fertility and Sterility: 50 years ago today

Uterus transplant: fleeting trend or enduring treatment?
Marissa L. Luck, Eve C. Feinberg
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Page 482

Andrology

Sperm DNA fragmentation is correlated with poor embryo development, lower implantation rate, and higher miscarriage rate in reproductive cycles of non–male factor infertility
Edson Borges Jr., Bianca Ferrarini Zanetti, Amanda Souza Setti, Daniela Paes de Almeida Ferreira Braga, Rodrigo Rosa Provenza, Assumpto Iaconelli Jr.
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 483–490

Assisted reproduction

Evaluation of progestogen supplementation for luteal phase support in fresh in vitro fertilization cycles
Amal Mohammed, Kathryn J. Woad, George E. Mann, Jim Craigon, Nick Raine-Fenning, Robert S. Robinson
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 491–502.e3

Endometrial compaction (decreased thickness) in response to progesterone results in optimal pregnancy outcome in frozen-thawed embryo transfers
Jigal Haas, Ramsey Smith, Eran Zilberberg, Dan Nayot, James Meriano, Eran Barzilay, Robert F. Casper
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 503–509.e1

Embryonic cell-free DNA versus trophectoderm biopsy for aneuploidy testing: concordance rate and clinical implications
Carmen Rubio, Laura Rienzi, Luis Navarro-Sánchez, Danilo Cimadomo, Carmen María García-Pascual, Laura Albricci, Daria Soscia, Diana Valbuena, Antonio Capalbo, Filippo Ubaldi, Carlos Simón
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 510–519

Clinical pregnancy (CP) and live birth (LB) increase significantly with each additional fertilized oocyte up to nine, and CP and LB decline after that: an analysis of 15,803 first fresh in vitro fertilization cycles from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology registry
Stephanie Smeltzer, Kelly Acharya, Tracy Truong, Carl Pieper, Suheil Muasher
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 520–526.e1

Obstetrical and neonatal outcomes after transfer of cleavage-stage and blastocyst-stage embryos derived from monopronuclear zygotes: a retrospective cohort study
Jiqiang Si, Xiuxian Zhu, Qifeng Lyu, Yanping Kuang
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 527–533

Independent serum markers of corpora lutea function after gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist trigger and adjuvant low dose human chorionic gonadotropin in in vitro fertilization
Leah Kaye, Daniel Griffin, Jeffrey Thorne, Evelyn Neuber, John Nulsen, Claudio Benadiva, Lawrence Engmann
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 534–544

Endometriosis

Impact of elagolix on work loss due to endometriosis-associated pain: estimates based on the results of two phase III clinical trials
Robin M. Pokrzywinski, Ahmed M. Soliman, Jun Chen, Michael Snabes, Michael P. Diamond, Eric Surrey, Karin S. Coyne
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 545–551

Epidemiology

Pubertal development after unintended intrauterine exposure to oral contraceptives: a nationwide cohort study
Andreas Ernst, Lea L.B. Lauridsen, Nis Brix, Onyebuchi A. Arah, Jørn Olsen, Erik T. Parner, Anne-Marie Nybo Andersen, Lars H. Olsen, Cecilia H. Ramlau-Hansen
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 552–561.e2

Disparities in accessing infertility care in the United States: results from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2013–16
Angela S. Kelley, Yongmei Qin, Erica E. Marsh, James M. Dupree
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 562–568

Genetics

Novel alanyl-tRNA synthetase 2 (AARS2) homozygous mutation in a consanguineous Chinese family with premature ovarian insufficiency
Yiran Zhou, Beili Chen, Lin Li, Hong Pan, Beihong Liu, Tengyan Li, Ruyi Wang, Xu Ma, Binbin Wang, Yunxia Cao
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 569–576.e2

Association of human leukocyte antigen-G 14 bp polymorphism with recurrent pregnancy loss in European countries: a meta-analysis of literature studies
Marcello Monti, Roberta Lupoli, Loredana Maria Sosa Fernandez, Ferdinando Cirillo, Matteo Nicola Dario Di Minno
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 577–585.e3

Gynecology

Association of serum androgens and coronary artery calcium scores in women
Courtney A. Penn, Jessica Chan, Clementina Mesaros, Nathaniel W. Snyder, Daniel J. Rader, Mary D. Sammel, Anuja Dokras
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 586–593

Reproductive endocrinology

Hyperactive CREB signaling pathway involved in the pathogenesis of polycystic ovarian syndrome revealed by patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cell modeling
Chu-Chun Huang, Mei-Jou Chen, Chen-Wei Lan, Chia-Eng Wu, Mei-Chi Huang, Hung-Chih Kuo, Hong-Nerng Ho
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 594–607.e12

Video

An effective “water injection”-assisted method for excision of ovarian endometrioma by laparoscopy
Ning-Ning Zhang, Tian-Shui Sun, Qing Yang
Vol 112 | No. 3 | September 2019 | Pages 608–609

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