An Update of Ovulation Induction
In the past decade, some of the most dramatic advances in obstetrics and gynecology have been in ovulation induction. This article is a step-by-step guide to the diagnostic etiology and management of anovulation. The physiologic and pharmacologic functions of the currently marketed ovulatory agents are described.
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