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Minerva Ginecologica 2012 February;64(1):31-9

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Infertility: definitions and strategies

Gnoth C. 1, 2

1 Green-ivf, Grevenbroich, Germany; 2 University of Cologne, Grevenbroich, Germany


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Anti-Müllerian hormone is a sensitive marker of ovarian reserve and is suitable for screening. This is important for all women whose age is not critical yet and who not started their “project of family planning”. Looking up individual anti-Müllerian hormone levels in percentile normograms inform about the biological clock which might be put back or forward. By this anti-Müllerian hormone supports clinical decisions.

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