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    To investigate whether the normal sperm morphology rate (NSMR) can affect the clinical outcomes of rescue-ICSI(R-ICSI) patients. Based on different NSMR, the patients were divided into two groups as follows: NSMR < 4% and NSMR ≥ 4% group. Main outcomes compared were fertilization, cleavage, normal fertilization, high-quality embryo, transferrable embryo, no transferrable embryo cycles, implantation, clinical pregnancy and abortion rate. Some men's and women's basic parameters were compared between pregnancy and non-pregnancy group. The basic parameter such as female age, endometrial thickness, infertility duration, Gn administration, Gn days, basal serum FSH and basal serum E2 found no significant difference between NSMR < 4% and NSMR ≥ 4% group (p > 0.05). There was no significant difference in aspects of the number of retrieved oocytes, the number of transferred embryos, fertilization, cleavage, normal fertilization, high-quality embryo, transferrable embryo, no transferred embryo cycle, implantation, clinical pregnancy and abortion rate between two groups (p > 0.05). Between pregnancy and non-pregnancy group, we observed no significant difference in the female age, the number of retrieved oocytes, the number of high-quality embryo, the number of transferrable embryos, Gn administration, Gn does, endometrial thickness, infertility duration, basal serum FSH, basal serum E2, sperm concentration and progressively motile sperm (p > 0.05). Teratospermia made no effect on clinical outcomes of rescue-ICSI(R-ICSI) patients.

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    Mingzhao Li, Hui Wang, Wei Li, Juanzi Shi. Effect of normal sperm morphology rate (NSMR) on clinical outcomes for rescue-ICSI(R-ICSI) patients. Gynecological endocrinology : the official journal of the International Society of Gynecological Endocrinology. 2017 Jun;33(6):458-461


    PMID: 28277110

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