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Delineating Abnormalities of Oocyte in Female Infertility

The ovaries are filled with follicles. Follicles are fluid-filled structures in which the oocyte grows to maturity . At birth, the normal female ovary contains about 1-2 million/oocytes. A small proportion of infertile women experience repeated oocyte maturation abnormalities. Come and participate in this great session with Dr. Abdelmonem A. Hegazy who will give a deep dive understanding about the Evaluation and Management of Abnormalities of Oocytes in Female Infertility.

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DR. ABDELMONEM AWAD M. HEGAZY

Professor of Embryology at MUST, Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University,Surgeon & Consultant Obg & Gyn, Egypt.

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The ovaries are filled with follicles. Follicles are fluid-filled structures in which the oocyte grows to maturity . At birth, the normal female ovary contains about 1-2 million/oocytes. A small proportion of infertile women experience repeated oocyte maturation abnormalities. Come and participate in this great session with Dr. Abdelmonem A. Hegazy who will give a deep dive understanding about the Evaluation and Management of Abnormalities of Oocytes in Female Infertility.

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The ovaries are filled with follicles. Follicles are fluid-filled structures in which the oocyte grows to maturity . At birth, the normal female ovary contains about 1-2 million/oocytes. A small proportion of infertile women experience repeated oocyte maturation abnormalities. Come and participate in this great session with Dr. Abdelmonem A. Hegazy who will give a deep dive understanding about the Evaluation and Management of Abnormalities of Oocytes in Female Infertility.