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Edited by: Neeraja Sankaran ON TARGET: André Van Steirteghem reports success in treating severe male-factor infertility. A.C. Van Steirteghem, J. Liu, H. Joris, Z. Nagy, C. Janssenswillen, H. Tournaye, M.P. Derde, E. Van Assche, P. Devroey, "Higher success rate by intracytoplasmic sperm injection than by subzonal insemination--report of a second series of 300 consecutive treatment cycles," Human Reproduction, 8:1055-60, 1993. (Cited in 60 publications through March 1995) A.C. Van Steirt

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May 14, 1995

Edited by: Neeraja Sankaran


ON TARGET: André Van Steirteghem reports success in treating severe male-factor infertility.
A.C. Van Steirteghem, J. Liu, H. Joris, Z. Nagy, C. Janssenswillen, H. Tournaye, M.P. Derde, E. Van Assche, P. Devroey, "Higher success rate by intracytoplasmic sperm injection than by subzonal insemination--report of a second series of 300 consecutive treatment cycles," Human Reproduction, 8:1055-60, 1993. (Cited in 60 publications through March 1995)

A.C. Van Steirteghem, Z. Nagy, H.Joris, J. Liu, C. Staessen, J. Smitz, A. Wisanto, P. Devroey, "High fertilization and implantation rates after intracytoplasmic sperm injection," Human Reproduction, 8:1061-66, 1993. (Cited in 76 publications through March 1995)

Comments by Andre C. Van Steirteghem, Center for Reproductive Medicine, Brussels, Belgium

These papers describe a variant of an in vitro fertilization (IVF) technique that was developed to treat couples in whom standard IVF proved unsuccessful owing to inadequate numbers of motile...

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