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|Dual trigger in normally-responding assisted reproductive technology patients increases the number of top-quality embryos|
|Yavuz Emre Şükür, Hasan Ulubaşoğlu, Fatma Ceylan İlhan, Bülent Berker, Murat Sönmezer, Cem Somer Atabekoğlu, Ruşen Aytaç, Batuhan Özmen|
Clin Exp Reprod Med. 2020;47(4):300-305. Published online October 28, 2020
Dual trigger in normally-responding assisted reproductive technology patients increases the number of top-quality embryos
The relative contribution of assisted reproductive technologies and ovulation induction to multiple births in the United States 5 years after the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology/American Society for Reproductive Medicine recommendation to limit the number of embryos transferred
The association between assisted reproductive technology (ART) clinic success rates and number of embryos transferred per cycle
Immune phenotype of the endometrium in patients with recurrent implantation failures after the transfer of genetically tested embryos in assisted reproductive technology programs
Immune uterine profiling increases the live birth rate of patients with previous repeated embryos implantation failures after IVF/ICSI
Reducing the trigger dose of recombinant hCG in high-responder patients attending an assisted reproductive technology program: an observational study
Does coasting in assisted reproductive technology (ART) cycles affect the number of embryos available for blastocyst cryopreservation?
Morphometric analyses of embryos
Transfer of early-cleaved embryos increases implantation rate in patients undergoing ovarian stimulation and ICSI–embryo transfer
Is cryopreservation of embryos a legitimate surrogate marker of embryo quality in studies of assisted reproductive technology conducted using national databases?