Peters, Michael
June 2004
BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia;2004, p428
Reference Entry
An encyclopedia entry for "insemination" is presented. The term refers to the introduction of a man's semen into a woman's uterus. This may occur through sexual intercourse or by the use of instruments as part of an infertility treatment.


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