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|Association between environmental pollutants and the FSH/AMH ratio as a marker of ovarian reserve|
|Yanghee Kim, Eunil Lee, Jae Yun Song, YunJeong Kim, Seoeun Lee|
|Environ Anal Health Toxicol. 2022;37(4):e2022029 Published online 2022 October 11 DOI: https://doi.org/10.5620/eaht.2022029|
Association between environmental pollutants and the FSH/AMH ratio as a marker of ovarian reserve
Evaluation of Serum AMH, INHB Combined with Basic FSH on Ovarian Reserve Function after Laparoscopic Ovarian Endometriosis Cystectomy
Which is more reliable ovarian reserve marker between AMH and AFC in patients undergoing IVF?
Discordance between antimullerian hormone (AMH) and day 3 follicle stimulating (FSH) levels in the assessment of ovarian reserve
Clinical significance of concordances and discordances between follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and anti-müllerian hormone (AMH) in assesment of ovarian reserve (OR)
WHICH IS MORE PREDICTIVE OVARIAN RESERVE MARKER WHEN THERE IS DISCORDANCE BETWEEN ANTI - MULLERIAN HORMONE AND ANTRAL FOLLICLE COUNT IN PATIENTS WITH DIMINISHED OVARIAN RESERVE, AMH OR AFC?
MON-228 FSH/AMH Ratio and Adipocyte Size Are Important Indicators for Ovarian Cyst Formation
Ovarian reserve index outperforms AMH, Inhibin B, and FSH in predicting poor egg supply
Patients with discordant AMH and FSH have a better prognosis in in vitro fertilization than those with two abnormal markers of ovarian reserve
Antimullerian hormone (AMH) is a better predictor of ovarian reserve than day-3 FSH and is positively correlated to conceptions during IVF/ET cycles
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