IVF timelapse can allow more than 5,000 snapshots to be taken of developing embryo before it is transferred to the womb.
In the 35 years I have been in this field this is probably the most exciting and significant development that can be of value to all patients seeking IVF.
Timelapse imaging of the early development of human embryos offers the exciting potential of a novel and non-invasive way of selecting the embryo with the greatest chance of implantation outside the womb.
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