Time lapse the remaining questions to be answered

Monday, February 1, 2016

Author:
Marcos Meseguer, Ph.D

Volume 105, Issue 2, Pages 295-296

Abstract:

Reflections on “Does the addition of time-lapse morphokinetics in the selection of embryos for transfer improve pregnancy rates?…

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Does the addition of time lapse morphokinetics in the selection of embryos for transfer improve pregnancy rates A randomized controlled trial

Monday, February 1, 2016
This randomized controlled trial could not detect a statistically significant difference in reproductive outcomes when continuous time-lapse morphokinetic data was added to conventional screening criteria for embryo selection.

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Morphokinetics as a predictor of self correction to diploidy in tripronucleated intracytoplasmic sperm injection derived human embryos

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Tripronucleated-ICSI human embryos (TPN) display different morphokinetic behaviour according to ploidy; TPN-ICSI that self-correct to diploidy are morphokinetically closer to correctly fertilized embryos. The morphokinetic variable t5 can predict ploidy.

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Selection of high potential embryos using time lapse imaging The era of morphokinetics

Monday, March 18, 2013
Time-lapse is a promising tool with the potential to revolutionize embryology and IVF success rates. It provides an uninterrupted information flow on embryo development not otherwise available through standard evaluation.

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