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ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection)

ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) is a variation of in-vitro fertilisation (IVF). During ICSI, a single sperm is injected directly into an egg, in order to fertilise it.

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The revolution of vitrification in ART 24 August 2020 Comment
Frozen IVF embryos do not increase chance of pregnancy 10 August 2020 News
Podcast Review: SART Fertility Experts – What is IVF? 27 July 2020 Review
Endometrial scratch has no effect on live birth rate for first time IVF patients 8 July 2020 News
Book Review: In Vitro 22 June 2020 Review
3D sperm imaging could improve ICSI 18 May 2020 News
Obituary: Andy Glew, embryologist at the heart of his field 20 April 2020 News
IVF babies have a small increased risk of mortality 24 February 2020 News
What's the Truth about... 13 January 2020 Comment
What Is a Fertility Doctor's Duty? 16 December 2019 Comment
IVF clinics accused of 'embezzling' cash from desperate patients 9 December 2019 News
Male infertility linked to higher risk of prostate cancer 30 September 2019 News
Radio Review: Tackling the Male Fertility Crisis (BBC World Service, Business Daily) 30 September 2019 Review
One in six women conceive naturally after unsuccessful IVF 29 July 2019 News
ICSI no better than IVF for routine infertility cases 26 June 2019 News
Men in their fifties have reduced success in fertility treatment 26 June 2019 News
Success rates for IVF and ICSI in Europe plateau 25 June 2019 News
The death of an IVF legend: Professor Ian Craft, 1937-2019 10 June 2019 Comment
Healthy monkey born from sperm from transplanted testes tissue 25 March 2019 News
Sperm DNA taken directly from testes of infertile men is healthy 25 March 2019 News
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