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Gregory T. Fossum, MD

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Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Current clinical irrelevance of luteal phase deficiency: A committee opinion
  2. Diagnostic evaluation of the infertile male: A committee opinion
  3. Testing and interpreting measures of ovarian reserve: A committee opinion
  4. Report on varicocele and infertility: A committee opinion
  5. Gynecologic use of Sepraspray Adhesion Barrier for reduction of adhesion development after laparoscopic myomectomy: A pilot study
  6. Uterine Cavity-Myoma Fistula after Hysteroscopic Myomectomy Mimicking Uterine Perforation at Hysterosalpingography: Case Report
  7. Embolization of a uterine arteriovenous malformation followed by a twin pregnancy
  8. Patterns of luteinizing and follicle-stimulating hormone pulsatility in menopausal women: Correlation with plasma testosterone level and vasomotor instability episodes
  9. Topics and trends in surgical Research: Evaluation of CMC and HA solutions for adhesiolysis
  10. Intrauterine insemination: Effect of wash media on pregnancy rates and sperm motility
  11. Current reproductive technology: Considerations for the oncologist
  12. Serono Diagnostics SR1 Immunoassay System
  13. Progesterone in diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy.
  14. Biochemical and biophysical indices of follicular development in spontaneous and stimulated ovulatory cycles
  15. Antiprogestin treatment decreases midluteal luteinizing hormone pulse amplitude and primarily exerts a pituitary inhibition
  16. Ovarian hyperstimulation inhibits embryo implantation in the mouse
  17. Management of unruptured ectopic gestation by linear salpingostomy: A prospective, randomized clinical trial of laparoscopy versus laparotomy
  18. Early detection of pregnancy with transvaginal ultrasound
  19. Early detection of pregnancy with transvaginal ultrasound
  20. Vaginal bromocriptine: Pharmacology and effect on serum prolactin in normal women