Hoek J, Boellaard WPA, van Marion ES, Willemsen SP, Baart EB, Steegers-Theunissen RPM, Schoenmakers S. The impact of the origin of surgical sperm retrieval on placental and embryonic development: The Rotterdam Periconception cohort. Andrology. 2020 Nov 18. doi: 10.1111/andr.12943
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The impact of the origin of surgical sperm retrieval on placental and embryonic development: The Rotterdam Periconception cohort
Here we demonstrate that the first trimester growth trajectory of the placenta is increased in pregnancies conceived after TESE‐:ICSI compared to those conceived after ICSI with ejaculated sperm. Findings are discussed in the light of known differences in sperm DNA integrity, epigenetics, and placental gene expression.
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