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The effects of local endometrial injury by hysteroscopy on in vitro fertilization outcome
Bacngraund/Aim. Regardless of embryos quality, an appropriate endometrial thickness and a successful embryo transfer (ET), implantation remains a difficulty for a favorable outcome of an in vitro fertilization (IVF). Numerous studies with the aim of increasing implantation rate and pregnancy rate suggest local endometrial injury (LEI) prior to the IVF procedure. Hysteroscopy is a method becoming more widely used both with patients after a failed IVF cycle and with patients before the first IVF,doi:10.2298/vsp160526233m fatcat:iltal2o3rfgxnngobfwm7dhpye