Influence of different oocyte insemination techniques on early and late morphokinetic parameters Retrospective analysis of 500 time lapse monitored blastocysts

Thursday, October 29, 2015
In vitro fertilization–fertilized embryos developed with a 1.5-hour delay, which disappeared after standardization to pronuclear fading, thus permitting the joint analysis of standard IVF- and ICSI-fertilized embryo cohorts.

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Value of transferring embryos that show no evidence of fertilization at the time of fertilization assessment

Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Transfer of nonpronuclear (0PN) embryos results in pregnancies and live births. Blastocyst cultures can provide a better way to select normal 0PN embryos for transfer and thus achieve satisfactory outcomes.

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Time lapse monitoring of zona pellucida free embryos obtained through in vitro fertilization A retrospective case series

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

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This case series demonstrate that an oocyte with a damaged zona pellucida that has been removed could be successfully fertilized with intracytoplasmic sperm injection, cultured until blastocyst stage in a time-lapse incubator, and vitrified electively for subsequent use.…

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Developmental potential of zona pellucida free oocytes obtained following mild in vitro fertilization

Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Zona pellucia–free eggs could be cultured until the blastocyst stage with efficacy similar to zona intact control eggs, without adversely affecting pregnancy rates and the neonatal outcome of resulting offspring.

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What makes them split Identifying risk factors that lead to monozygotic twins after in vitro fertilization

Wednesday, June 25, 2014
In vitro fertilization increases MZT incidence; young oocytes, year of IVF cycle, and extended culture (embryo stage) confer the greatest risk. Specific assisted reproductive technology procedures may also contribute, although their impact correlates more with chorionicity.

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The practice of in vitro fertilization according to the published literature

Thursday, June 12, 2014
The “holy grail” of in vitro fertilization is identifying a single embryo that produces a healthy baby.

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