Bladder hematoma: a complication from an oocyte retrieval procedure.

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Summary of "Bladder hematoma: a complication from an oocyte retrieval procedure."

More than one million fertilization cycles are performed every year. The incidence of serious complications associated with transvaginal oocyte pick-up is low, but the procedure is not risk-free. Risks are inherent to procedures in which thin needles and sharp instruments are introduced into the vaginal wall and ovarian capsule to access the ovaries.


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Name: JBRA assisted reproduction
ISSN: 1518-0557


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