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Can blastocyst expansion morphokinetics be useful in selecting a single embryo? a retrospective study of double blastocyst transfers in donor egg blastocyst recipients



Can blastocyst expansion morphokinetics be useful in selecting a single embryo? a retrospective study of double blastocyst transfers in donor egg blastocyst recipients



Fertility and Sterility 106(3): E317-E318




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DOI: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2016.07.900


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