October 2019

Volume 112, Issue 4

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Views and Reviews

Introduction: Preconceptional care: do we have to care?
Carlos Simon
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 611–612

Before the beginning: environmental exposures and reproductive and obstetrical outcomes
Thalia R. Segal, Linda C. Giudice
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 613–621

Before the beginning: the genetic risk of a couple aiming to conceive
Joe Leigh Simpson, Svetlana Rechitsky, Anver Kuliev
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 622–630

Fertile battle

Novel indications for microsurgical varicocelectomy to optimize male reproductive health
Robert E. Brannigan
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Page 631

Microsurgical varicocelectomy: novel applications to optimize patient outcomes
Larry I. Lipshultz, Ranjith Ramasamy, Jay I. Sandlow, James Hotaling, Michael Eisenberg, Craig Niederberger, Robert E. Brannigan
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 632–639

Inklings

Addressing patient gender bias toward trainees in the field of andrology
Katherine Rotker, Simone Thavaseelan, Mark Sigman
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 640–641

Reflections

The demographics of men presenting to male factor infertility specialists: the impressive first report from the Andrology Research Consortium
Bobby B. Najari
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 642–643

New study offers reassurance to patients undergoing in vitro fertilization
Randi H. Goldman, Elizabeth S. Ginsburg
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Page 644

To stim or not to stim: the risk profile of in vitro maturation
Anne P. Hutchinson, Jared C. Robins
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 645–646

Artificial intelligence and the diagnosis of abnormal pregnancy: single nucleotide polymorphism away
Paul R. Gindoff, Charlene Alouf, Ian Gindoff
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 647–648

Chronic endometritis is associated with an altered microbiome, but what about treatment and clinical outcomes?
Jason M. Franasiak
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 649–650

Addressing practical concerns surrounding fertility preservation in patients with Turner syndrome
Jennifer K. Blakemore, Lili S. Wei, Gwendolyn P. Quinn
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 651–652

Polycystic ovary syndrome: is a Western diet sabotaging our best efforts at management?
Elise Foley, Courtney Marsh
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 653–654

Increased prenatal exposure to cortisol and lifelong health consequences in women
Mark O. Goodarzi
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 655–656

Andrology

Reproductive endocrinologists are the gatekeepers for male infertility care in North America: results of a North American survey on the referral patterns and characteristics of men presenting to male infertility specialists for infertility investigations
Mary K. Samplaski, James F. Smith, Kirk C. Lo, James M. Hotaling, Susan Lau, Ethan D. Grober, J.C. Trussell, Thomas J. Walsh, Peter N. Kolettis, Victor D.W. Chow, Armand S. Zini, Aaron Spitz, Marc A. Fischer, Trustin Domes, Scott I. Zeitlin, Eugene F. Fuchs, Jason C. Hedges, Jay I. Sandlow, Robert E. Brannigan, James M. Dupree, Marc Goldstein, Edmund Y. Ko, Tung-Chin M. Hsieh, Jared M. Bieniek, David Shin, Ajay K. Nangia, Keith A. Jarvi
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 657–662

Long-term cryostorage of semen in a human sperm bank does not affect clinical outcomes
Chuan Huang, Lin Lei, Hui-Lan Wu, Run-Xin Gan, Xiao-Bo Yuan, Li-Qing Fan, Wen-Bing Zhu
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 663–669.e1

Assisted Reproduction

Embryonic aneuploidy rates are equivalent in natural cycles and gonadotropin-stimulated cycles
Kathleen H. Hong, Jason M. Franasiak, Marie M. Werner, George Patounakis, Caroline R. Juneau, Eric J. Forman, Richard T. Scott Jr.
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 670–676

Comparison of a novel flexible progestin primed ovarian stimulation protocol and the flexible gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist protocol for assisted reproductive technology
Sule Yildiz, Engin Turkgeldi, Berk Angun, Alper Eraslan, Bulent Urman, Baris Ata
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 677–683

Fresh versus frozen embryo transfer has no effect on childhood weight
Alessandra J. Ainsworth, Michelle A. Wyatt, Chandra C. Shenoy, Matthew Hathcock, Charles C. Coddington
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 684–690.e1

Obstetrical, neonatal, and long-term outcomes of children conceived from in vitro matured oocytes
Eun Jeong Yu, Tae Ki Yoon, Woo Sik Lee, Eun A. Park, Jin Young Heo, Ye Kyu Ko, Jayeon Kim
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 691–699

Early pregnancy

Single-nucleotide polymorphism microarray detects molar pregnancies in 3% of miscarriages
Melissa K. Maisenbacher, Katrina Merrion, William H. Kutteh
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 700–706

Endometriosis

Endometrial microbiota in infertile women with and without chronic endometritis as diagnosed using a quantitative and reference range-based method
Yingyu Liu, Elaine Yee-Ling Ko, Karen Ka-Wing Wong, Xiaoyan Chen, Wing-Ching Cheung, Tracy Sze-Man Law, Jacqueline Pui-Wah Chung, Stephen Kwok-Wing Tsui, Tin-Chiu Li, Stephen Siu-Chung Chim
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 707–717.e1

Epidemiology

Estimates of donated sperm use in the United States: National Survey of Family Growth 1995-2017
Rachel Arocho, Elizabeth B. Lozano, Carolyn T. Halpern
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 718–723

Oocyte donor age has a significant impact on oocyte recipients' cumulative live-birth rate: a population-based cohort study
Rosemarie G. Hogan, Alex Y. Wang, Zhuoyang Li, Karin Hammarberg, Louise Johnson, Ben W. Mol, Elizabeth A. Sullivan
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 724–730

Fertility preservation

Genetic predictors of chemotherapy-related amenorrhea in women with breast cancer
Kathryn J. Ruddy, Daniel J. Schaid, Ann H. Partridge, Nicholas B. Larson, Anthony Batzler, Lothar Häberle, Ralf Dittrich, Peter Widschwendter, Visnja Fink, Emanuel Bauer, Judith Schwitulla, Matthias Rübner, Arif B. Ekici, Viktoria Aivazova-Fuchs, Elizabeth A. Stewart, Matthias W. Beckmann, Elizabeth Ginsburg, Liewei Wang, Richard M. Weinshilboum, Fergus J. Couch, Wolfgang Janni, Brigitte Rack, Celine Vachon, Peter A. Fasching
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 731–739.e1

Fertility counseling and preservation discussions for females with Turner syndrome in pediatric centers: practice patterns and predictors
Taylor L. Morgan, Hillary M. Kapa, Canice E. Crerand, Jessica Kremen, Amy Tishelman, Shanlee Davis, Leena Nahata
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 740–748

Genetics

Sequence variants in FSHR and CYP19A1 genes and the ovarian response to controlled ovarian stimulation
Di Song, Xian-liang Huang, Ling Hong, Jian-min Yu, Zhao-feng Zhang, Hui-qin Zhang, Zhao-gui Sun, Jing Du
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 749–757.e2

Reproductive endocrinology

Changes in diet composition with urbanization and its effect on the polycystic ovarian syndrome phenotype in a Western Indian population
Sachin D. Kulkarni, Ajit N. Patil, Anil Gudi, Roy Homburg, Gerard S. Conway
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 758–763

Third trimester cortisol status is associated with offspring sex and polycystic ovary syndrome status: Odense Child Cohort
Marianne Skovsager Andersen, Richard Christian Jensen, Anne Vibeke Schmedes, Ivan Brandslund, Henriette Boye Kyhl, Tina Kold Jensen, Dorte Glintborg
Vol 112 | No. 4 | October 2019 | Pages 764–772

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