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The Means of Progress in Improving the Results of in vitro Fertilization Based on the Identification and Correction of the Pathology of Hemostasis

By Andrey Momot, Inna Lydina, Lyudmila Tsyvkina, Oksana Borisova and Galina Serdyuk

Submitted: April 19th 2012Reviewed: August 30th 2012Published: November 21st 2012

DOI: 10.5772/52898

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Andrey Momot, Inna Lydina, Lyudmila Tsyvkina, Oksana Borisova and Galina Serdyuk (November 21st 2012). The Means of Progress in Improving the Results of in vitro Fertilization Based on the Identification and Correction of the Pathology of Hemostasis, Enhancing Success of Assisted Reproduction Atef M.M. Darwish, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/52898. Available from:

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