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P-133 Chorionic villous vascularization related to the uterine pathology in early pregnancy miscarriages
J.H. Kim1, H.J. Jeong1, S.R. Kim2, M. Jeong1, H.S. Lee1, M.H. Kim1, J.W. Kim1, J.A. Jeong1
1Seoul Rachel Fertility Center, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Seoul, Korea South 2T & C Pathology Clinic, Seoul, South Korea
P-134 Initial serum ß-hCG levels in clinical pregnancies resulting from the transfer of a single vitrified- thawed blastocyst are higher compared to single fresh blastocyst transfers.
G. Oron1, E. Esh-Broder1, W.Y. Son1, T. Tulandi1, H. Holzer1
1McGill University Health Center, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology McGill University Montreal QC Canada, Montreal, Canada
P-135 Endocannabinoids and Decidual Remodeling: COX-2 oxidative metabolism as a key regulator
M. Almada1, F. Piscitelli2, B.M. Fonseca1, G. Correia-da-Silva1, V. Di Marzo2, N.A. Teixeira1
1UCIBIO REQUIMTE Faculty of Pharmacy University of Porto, Laboratory of Biochemistry Biological Sciences Department Faculty of Pharmacy University of Porto, Porto, Portugal
2Institute of Biomolecular Chemistry Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche Pozzuoli, Endocannabinoid Research Group, Naples, Italy
P-136 3-fold increased risk of miscarriage in women with a normal BMI undergoing IVF/ICSI if periconceptional TSH level is greater than or equal to 2.5mU/L.
L. Dhaenens1, S. Somers1, J. Drubbel1, J. Van Vlaenderen1, K. Tilleman1, P. De Sutter1
1Ghent University Hospital, Reproductive Medicine, Gent, Belgium
P-137 Transgenic overexpression of anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) causes miscarriage in adult mice.
M.W. Pankhurst1, N.J. Batchelor1, I.S. McLennan1
1University of Otago, Department of Anatomy, Dunedin, New Zealand
P-138 Detecting multiple gestations by MALDI ToF Mass spectral profiling of maternal urine: A non- invasive approach for predicting twins and triplets following positive pregnancy test
R. Iles1, S.A. Butler1, F.I. Sharara2
1MAP Diagnostics, Research, London, United Kingdom
2Virginia Center for Reproductive Medicine, RE/I, Reston, U.S.A.
P-139 The effect of medical versus surgical treatment of spontaneous abortion on subsequent in vitro fertilization cycles
R. Tamir Yaniv1, A. Weisman2, E. Haikin1, E. Shalom-Paz3, A. Shulman1, A. Wiser1
1Meir Medical Center, IVF Unit Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Kfar Saba, Israel 2Wolfson Medical Center, IVF Unit Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Holon, Israel 3Hillel Yaffe Medical Center, IVF Unit Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hadera, Israel

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