Last Posted: May 12, 2022
- The genomic basis of sporadic and recurrent pregnancy loss: a comprehensive in-depth analysis of 24,900 miscarriages.
Finley Jenna et al. Reproductive biomedicine online 2022
- A systematic review to guide future efforts in the determination of genetic causes of pregnancy loss.
Carey Andrew Z et al. Frontiers in reproductive health 2022 3
- The impact of preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidies (PGT-A) on clinical outcomes in high risk patients.
Pantou Amelia et al. Journal of assisted reproduction and genetics 2022
- SARS-CoV-2 positivity in offspring and timing of mother-to-child transmission: living systematic review and meta-analysis.
Allotey John et al. BMJ (Clinical research ed.) 2022 376e067696
- Use of Machine Learning to Estimate the Per-Protocol Effect of Low-Dose Aspirin on Pregnancy Outcomes: A Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Clinical Trial.
Zhong Yongqi et al. JAMA network open 2022 5(3) e2143414
- Prenatal Invasive Testing at a Tertiary Referral Center in India: A Report of 433 Cases Under a Single Operator.
Bansal Vandana et al. Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology of India 2022 72(1) 47-58
- Is Cell-free fetal DNA testing a safe option for women in a high-risk population after combined first-trimester testing?
Dap Matthieu et al. Journal of gynecology obstetrics and human reproduction 2022 102329
- Using Innovative Machine Learning Methods to Screen and Identify Predictors of Congenital Heart Diseases.
Qu Yanji et al. Frontiers in cardiovascular medicine 2022 8797002
- Carrier screening and PGT for an autosomal recessive monogenic disorder: insights from virtual trials.
Scriven Paul N et al. Journal of assisted reproduction and genetics 2022
- Patients' choices and opinions on chorionic villous sampling and non-invasive alternatives for prenatal testing following preimplantation genetic testing for hereditary disorders: A cross-sectional questionnaire study.
Frisk Toft Christian Liebst et al. Prenatal diagnosis 2022
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