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Scientific Highlights: From poor response to low prognosis concept - The new POSEIDON criteria

Scientific Highlights: From poor response to low prognosis concept - The new POSEIDON criteria
  • Reproductive medicine
  • Fertility

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Poseidon group

Managing women with impaired response to ovarian stimulation has long presented challenges. Although the quantity of oocytes retrieved after stimulation is a criterion of POR used in clinical research, the threshold number for retrieval varies widely between studies. POSEIDON criteria intend to clarify the stratification of POR, integrating this aspect with age-related aneuploidy rates and ovarian sensitivity to gonadotrophins, thereby identifying the right therapy based on the individual woman’s clinical picture.

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International workshop
Athens, Greece
Oct 13 - 14, 2017
Target audience
Clinicians, embryologists, biologists and scientists working in ART.
EACCME®
by Excemed
Reproductive medicine