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Minerva Ginecologica 2001 June;53(3):199-202

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language: Italian

Ectopic pregnancy after in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer. Analysis of literature

Caserta D., Agneni M., Marci R., Di Stefano M., Mo-scarini M.


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The incidence of ectopic pregnancy has dramatically increased in the last decade. The triggering factors may be different and among them there is the introduction of medical assisted procreation techniques. Tubal pathologies in 80% of women undergoing artificial insemination techniques, the transfer in the womb of more than one embryo and the method of the same embryo-transfer may influence the onset of an ectopic pregnancy. This study aims to detect the factors that can prevent or reduce thc incidence of this pathology, after a close examination of the literature.

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