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(Infertility female) articles in PubMed
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  • Videovaginoscopy of the canine vagina. [Journal Article]
  • Reprod Domest Anim 2016; 51 Suppl 1:31-36RD
  • Lévy X
  • Endoscopy enables a rapid and non-traumatic examination of the vaginal cavity of female dogs. Its implementation requires specific equipment as well as knowledge about the species-specific vaginal an...
  • Female cancer survivors exposed to alkylating-agent chemotherapy have unique reproductive hormone profiles. [Journal Article]
  • Fertil Steril 2016 Sep 22FS
  • Johnson L, Sammel MD, … Gracia C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Women exposed to alkylating agents have a unique reproductive hormone milieu that is not solely explained by age or ovarian reserve. The urinary hormone profile observed in survivors appears more similar to same-age control subjects than to late-reproductive-age women with similar ovarian reserve, which may suggest that age plays a more important role than ovarian reserve in the follicular dynamics of survivors.
  • Population trends and live birth rates associated with common ART treatment strategies. [Journal Article]
  • Hum Reprod 2016 Sep 22HR
  • Chambers GM, Wand H, … Ledger W
  • CONCLUSIONS: There were striking improvements in per-cycle live birth rates observed for frozen/thaw embryo transfers, blastocyst transfer and single embryo transfer (SET), while live birth rates following ICSI were lower than IVF for non-male factor infertility in most years.This is a retrospective cohort analysis and cannot confirm causality. High-level evidence on the effectiveness of particular ART techniques, particularly ICSI and blastocyst culture, requires prospective randomized controlled trials or detailed statistical analysis using large-scale data that counts for fertilization failure, embryo loss, prognostic factors and cycle characteristics.The most striking improvements in ART success rates in Australia have been observed for frozen/thaw embryo transfers, blastocyst transfer and SET. Further studies of the role of ICSI in non-male factor infertility and blastocyst transfer success rates that take into account embryo loss are needed.
  • Fertility and sexual function: a gap in training in pediatric endocrinology. [Journal Article]
  • J Pediatr Endocrinol Metab 2016 Sep 22JP
  • Nahata L, Ziniel SI, … Cohen LE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Infertility and sexual dysfunction are often overlooked in pediatric care. Our results suggest that pediatric endocrinologists, who frequently manage male and female hypogonadism, should also receive formal training in these areas. Optimizing counseling would help prevent missed opportunities for fertility preservation and alleviate distress among patients and families.
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