The use of IVM in assisted reproductive technology continues to
increase around the world. The major benefit of IVM is that
significant numbers of oocytes can be collected from ovaries
without recourse to ovarian stimulation. This reduces the costs,
time, and risks associated with conventional IVF. Although
initially limited to women with polycystic ovary syndrome who were
at higher risk of problems following ovarian stimulation, IVM is
increasingly used in women with normal ovulatory menstrual cycles.
This authoritative text covers the current scientific knowledge of
oocyte development and the understanding behind the techniques
involved in the clinical application of IVM in assisted
reproductive technologies. Short Contents
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||Reproductive Medicine & Assisted Reproductive Techniques
Seang Lin Tan
• Ri-Cheng Chian
• M. Buckett
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