- The timelapse method can spot delays in the embryo's development at crucial stages
- The condition, called aneuploidy, means the embryo can have extra or missing chromosomes
- It is common in human embryos and a major cause of fertility treatment failure and miscarriage
- Researchers say timelapse imaging offers a simpler alternative to spot problems
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