Cumulative Live Birth Rate is Reduced in Couples with Isolated Teratozoospermia

November 2003
Fertility Weekly;11/10/2003, p8
Academic Journal
Discusses an abstract of the study 'Isolated Teratozoospermia and Intrauterine Insemination,' by Carl Spiessens and colleagues, published in a 2003 issue of the journal 'Fertility and Sterility.'


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