Parameters impacting the survival of vitrified blastocysts after warming

      Vitrification of blastocysts is widely used for embryo cryopreservation but patient specific factors influencing the impact of this technique on the survival of warmed embryos are not well characterized. It is the goal of this study to analyze whether patient characteristics as well as embryo morphologic parameters associated with improved pregnancy outcomes, impact the ability of an embryo to survive the warming process.
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