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|Effect of artificial shrinkage on clinical outcome in fresh blastocyst transfer cycles|
|Yong Soo Hur, Jeong Hyun Park, Eun Kyung Ryu, Hae Jin Yoon, San Hyun Yoon, Chang Young Hur, Won Don Lee, Jin Ho Lim|
Clin Exp Reprod Med. 2011;38(2):87-92. Published online June 30, 2011
Effect of artificial shrinkage on clinical outcome in fresh blastocyst transfer cycles
Blastocyst inner cell mass grade predicts outcome for single embryo transfer in fresh cycles
Does prior fresh blastocyst transfer cycle success predict the outcome of frozen blastocyst transfer cycle?
Vitrified-warmed blastocyst transfer cycles yield higher pregnancy and implantation rates compared with fresh blastocyst transfer cycles—time for a new embryo transfer strategy?
Delayed blastocyst development does not influence the outcome of frozen-thawed transfer cycles
Outcome of 1034 vitrified frozen-thawed blastocyst embryo transfer cycles according to the blastocyst development
Artificial shrinkage of fresh blastocyst: impact on succes rates in IVF/ICSI
Blastocyst artificial shrinkage improves pregnancy outome. retrospective analysis of 573 warming cycles
Cumulative live birth rates (LBR) after fresh elective single blastocyst transfer (ESBT) followed by frozen single blastocyst transfer (FSBT) compared with fresh double blastocyst transfer (DBT)
Morula is equivalent to blastocyst embryo transfer for both fresh and frozen cycles