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DOES INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION (ICSI) PROVIDE ANY BENEFIT OVER IN VITRO FERTILIZATION (IVF) ON PREGNANCY OUTCOMES IN NON-MALE FACTOR INFERTILITY CYCLES UNDERGOING PRE-IMPLANTATION GENETIC TESTING FOR ANEUPLOIDY (PGT-A)?. [Meeting Abstract]

Tozour, Jessica N.; Brady, Alyson; Akerman, Meredith; Arnott, Alicia J.; Sung, Linda; Fritz, Rani
ISI:000579355301032
ISSN: 0015-0282
CID: 4685322

INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION (ICSI) DOES NOT PROVIDE ANY BENEFIT OVER IN VITRO FERTILIZATION (IVF) ON PLOIDY RATES IN NON-MALE FACTOR INFERTILITY CYCLES UNDERGOING PRE-IMPLANTATION GENETIC TESTING FOR ANEUPLOIDY (PGT-A). [Meeting Abstract]

Tozour, Jessica N.; Brady, Alyson; Akerman, Meredith; Arnott, Alicia J.; Sung, Linda; Fritz, Rani
ISI:000579355300017
ISSN: 0015-0282
CID: 4685102

THE INCREASED COST OF SUCCESS OF IVF IN OBESE WOMEN. [Meeting Abstract]

Jackman, J.; Chatzicharalampous, C.; Saketos, M.; Stelling, J.; Sung, L.; Robertazzi, R.; Bray, M.
ISI:000448713600294
ISSN: 0015-0282
CID: 3646382

The Value of Anti-Müllerian Hormone in Predicting Clinical Pregnancy After Intrauterine Insemination

Dondik, Yelena; Virji, Nassim; Butler, Thomas S; Gaskins, Jeremy T; Pagidas, Kelly; Sung, Linda
OBJECTIVES/OBJECTIVE:To evaluate the utility of anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) in predicting clinical pregnancy with intrauterine insemination (IUI) and compare it to other markers of quantitative ovarian reserve. METHODS:Retrospective cohort study of women undergoing natural and stimulated IUI cycles. All patients achieved a clinical pregnancy within three IUI cycles or completed three IUI cycles without pregnancy. Receiver operating curves were generated to determine the ability of AMH, antral follicle count, age, BMI, and day 3 FSH to predict clinical pregnancy with IUI. Characteristics of those with and without pregnancy were compared using Mann-Whitney U, chi-square, and Fisher exact tests. RESULTS:Of 209 women included, 49% achieved clinical pregnancy. Pregnant patients were more likely to have a higher AMH (2.76 vs. 1.55 ng/mL, P = 0.0004). The area under the curve was 0.642 in predicting clinical pregnancy within three IUI cycles using AMH (0.608 if excluding polycystic ovarian syndrome patients); 0.639 using antral follicle count; 0.549 using age; 0.599 using day 3 FSH; and 0.639 using BMI. CONCLUSION/CONCLUSIONS:Although serum AMH appears significantly higher in women achieving clinical pregnancy, the predictive value of AMH alone was no better than that for other markers of quantitative ovarian reserve in a patient who clinically qualifies for IUI.
PMID: 28647445
ISSN: 1701-2163
CID: 3640252

VITAMIN D LEVELS AND IVF OUTCOMES INWOMEN OF DIFFERENT ETHNIC GROUPS [Meeting Abstract]

Chatzicharalampous, C.; Saketos, M.; Sung, L.; Stelling, J.; Jackman, J.; Bray, M. A.
ISI:000409446000292
ISSN: 0015-0282
CID: 3646372

SHOULD MINORITY WOMEN HAVE ONLY FROZEN-THAWED EMBRYOS TRANSFERS? [Meeting Abstract]

Chatzicharalampous, C.; Bray, M.; Jackman, J.; Saketos, M.; Sung, L.; Stelling, J.
ISI:000449962500853
ISSN: 0015-0282
CID: 3646392

Comparing transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasound-guided follicular aspiration: A risk assessment formula

Roman-Rodriguez, Christian F; Weissbrot, Ellerie; Hsu, Chaur-Dong; Wong, Ashley; Siefert, Caleb; Sung, Linda
OBJECTIVE:We sought to identify patients at risk of incomplete transvaginal oocyte retrieval, develop a risk assessment formula to identify patients who would benefit from a transabdominal approach, and compare complication and pregnancy rates between these two approaches. MATERIALS AND METHODS/METHODS:In this retrospective case control study in a private in vitro fertilization center, 95 cases of women undergoing transabdominal follicular aspiration for oocyte retrieval (15 transabdominal only and 80 transabdominal and vaginal combined) were compared with 278 controls of women undergoing the transvaginal aspiration only. Transabdominal oocyte retrieval was performed when one or more ovaries could not be retrieved via the transvaginal approach. Main study outcomes included need for transabdominal retrieval, pregnancy rates, and complications. RESULTS:A risk assessment scoring system was developed as follows: difficulty seeing ovaries on ultrasound (+4), history of pelvic surgery (+3), and body mass index of 30 kg/m(2) or greater (+2). With a cutoff score of 4 or greater, the overall sensitivity is 75%, specificity is 80%, positive predictive value is 57%, and negative predictive value is 90%. No statistically significant differences were found for pregnancy rates or complications. CONCLUSION/CONCLUSIONS:The transabdominal approach is an alternative option that would increase the total number of oocytes retrieved with no statistical difference in complication or pregnancy rates. We also developed a scoring system that can serve as a useful screening tool for identifying women at increased risk of transabdominal oocyte retrieval.
PMID: 26700987
ISSN: 1875-6263
CID: 3444382

SHOULD EMBRYO TRANSFER NUMBER BE UPGRADED IN ETHNIC MINORITY GROUPS? [Meeting Abstract]

Chatzicharalampous, C.; Stelling, J.; Jenkins, J.; Saketos, M.; Sung, L.; Bray, M. A.
ISI:000380018900592
ISSN: 0015-0282
CID: 3646362

The Value of Anti-Mullerian Hormone in Predicting Clinical Pregnancy After Intrauterine Insemination [Meeting Abstract]

Dondik, Yelena; Virji, Nassim; Butler, Thomas; Nassar, Nanis; Sung, Linda
ISI:000354128700026
ISSN: 0029-7844
CID: 3645972

Transabdominal Oocyte Retrieval Compared With the Traditional Transvaginal Approach [Meeting Abstract]

Weissbrot, Ellerie S.; Roman-Rodriguez, Christian; Sung, Linda
ISI:000339079900391
ISSN: 0029-7844
CID: 3444392