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IVFDaily 2019.15 - Created on 9/04/2019 5:44:46 PM - CPDID=555
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A familial case report of a 13:22 chromosomal translocation with recurrent intracytoplasmic sperm injection failure    
8135 (0) We propose the involvement of a balanced t(13:22)(q21.2:q13.3) chromosomal translocation in the pathogenesis of recurrent ART or spontaneous reproductive failures. Hence, it is suggested that all cases with structural chromosomal abnormalities be counseled prior to opting for ART and undergoing pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD).
View ICSI Failure/Karyotyping/Translocation/Spontaneous abortions/    

A duty to our grandchildren    
8134 (0) When my grandchildren in the future ask: ‘Grandad, did you know what you were doing when you worked in the IVF lab?’. The answer is not that easy: I did my best and we helped a lot of children to be conceived, but our databases were less than perfect and we essentially did not know what we exposed gametes and embryos to as the formulation of different culture media was kept secret to us.
View Children/Scientists/Medical/Ethics/    

The health of children conceived by ART: ‘the chicken or the egg?’    
8133 (0) However, studies including children of subfertile couples or of couples treated with milder fertility treatments, such as IUI, as controls show that perinatal risks in these cohorts are lower than for ART children but still higher than for SC indicating that both subfertility and ART influence the future outcome.
View ART/IVF/ ICSI/ oocyte donation/ infertility/FET/frozen embryo transfer/adverse child outcomes/culture media/sibling studies/epigenetics/    

Spermatogonial stem cells: updates from specification to clinical relevance    
8132 (0) This review provides an update including novel views on various aspects of spermatogonial biology (from embryonic to adult stages). We consider this review relevant for all research scientists and clinicians dealing with fertility, spermatogenesis and fertility preservation.
View male germline/spermatogonial stem cells/testis/spermatogonia/germ cell niches/heterogeneity/fertility preservation/spermatogenesis/    

Sperm donor takes bid to be named girl's father to High Court to stop her mothers moving to New Zealand    
8131 (0) A man who donated his sperm to a lesbian couple so they could have a child will argue in the High Court today that he is legally the girl's parent and should be able to object to her moving overseas.
View Sperm Donors/Donation/legal/Ethics/    

Improved in vitro fertilization success and pregnancy outcome with autologous platelet-rich plasma treatment in unexplained infertility patients that    
8130 (0) We observed that, endometrial thickness was higher after 48 :hours from PRP when compared to endometrial thickness before PRP (10 :mm vs. 6.25 :mm, p :< :.001). Clinical pregnancy rate, and importantly live birth rate were also significantly higher in PRP group than the control group. Based on this information, we showed that intrauterine autologous PRP infusion is a safe, inexpensive adjuvant treatment for optimizing end
View platelet rich plasma/pregnancy outcome/repeated implantation failure/suboptimal endometrium/    

The impact of adding hp-hMG in r-FSH started GnRH antagonist cycles on ART outcome    
8129 (0) In r-FSH :+ :hp-hMG group, significantly higher implantation rates (35.3% vs 24.3%, p=.017), CPRs (51.2% vs 35.8%, p=.015) and lower OHSS rates (1.6% vs 7.4%, p := :.03) were observed respectively compared to r-FSH only treated patients. In conclusion, addition of hp-hMG on the day of antagonist initiation might increase CPRs. A better endometrial receptivity associated with higher implantation rates might be achieved due to h
View rFSH/hp-HMG/antagonist/IVF/    

Time-lapse videography for embryo selection/de-selection: a bright future or fading star?    
8128 (0) In this commentary issues identified in time-lapse embryo selection/de-selection algorithms, such as quantitative versus qualitative parameters, are discussed alongside the reference start point for the timing system, and types of datasets used for developing and validating time-lapse algorithms. Considering these factors, alternative future research directions which could potentially solve current issues are proposed.
View Embryo selection/time-lapse videography/    

Which embryo selection method should be offered to the patients?    
8127 (0) We have tools that may change the order in which the embryos are transferred but these technologies will not improve the outcome per treatment started. However, they are likely to lead to live birth sooner and may lower the risk of spontaneous abortion. This comes at the risk of potentially losing a small proportion of embryos along with the possibility of additional financial expenses. We should only offer these add on technologies after proper
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Interpregnancy interval and singleton pregnancy outcomes after frozen embryo transfer    
8126 (0) Conclusion(s): In this nationally representative population, an interval from delivery to start of an FET cycle of <12 months is associated with increased odds for preterm delivery among singleton live births. Consistent with data for patients undergoing fresh IVF, the data support delaying FET 12 months from a live birth.
View Birth spacing/frozen embryo transfer /FET/interpregnancy interval/low birth weight/preterm delivery/    

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