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ICSI significantly improved the pregnancy rate of patients with a high sperm DNA fragmentation index
Hee-Jun Chi, Seok-Gi Kim, Youn-Young Kim, Ji-Young Park, Chang-Seok Yoo, Il-Hae Park, Hong-Gil Sun, Jae-Won Kim, Kyeong-Ho Lee, Hum-Dai Park
Clin Exp Reprod Med. 2017;44(3):132-140.   Published online September 26, 2017

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ICSI significantly improved the pregnancy rate of patients with a high sperm DNA fragmentation index
Clinical and Experimental Reproductive Medicine. 2017;44(3):132   Crossref logo
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ICSI has significantly increased the pregnancy rate compared to the conventional IVF in the patients with high sperm DNA fragmentation index
Fertility and Sterility. 2016;106(3):e225   Crossref logo
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213 Sperm DNA Fragmentation Index and Pregnancy Outcome After IVF Or ICSI: A Meta-Analysis
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Sperm DNA and ART (IUI, IVF, ICSI) Pregnancy
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DNA fragmentation in morphologically normal sperm is associated with decreased embryo quality and pregnancy outcome in ICSI treatment
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Elevated sperm fragmentation index measured by the sperm DNA integrity assay (SDIa) is associated with chemical pregnancy losses after IVF/ET
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