Heterotopic pregnancy and assisted reproduction--an update

Rojansky, Nathan; Schenker, Joseph G.
August 1996
Journal of Assisted Reproduction & Genetics;Aug96, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p594
Academic Journal
Presents information concerning heterotopic pregnancy, a common complication of assisted reproduction techniques. Possible causes; Prognosis for a viable intrauterine pregnancy; Recommendations for salvaging viable intrauterine pregnancy and avoidance of maternal mortality.


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