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Hill, MICAH

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301-496-5800

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hillmicah@mail.nih.gov

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10 CENTER DR Room 1-3140, MSC 1109
Bethesda Md 20892-1109
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Bethesda Md 20892

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Publications (PubMed):

Peripheral blood stem cell transplants do not result in endometrial stromal engraftment.
Aromatase inhibitor treatment of menorrhagia and subsequent pregnancy in a patient with familial hyperparathyroidism-jaw tumor syndrome.
GnRH antagonist rescue in high responders at risk for OHSS results in excellent assisted reproduction outcomes.
The use of follicle flushing during oocyte retrieval in assisted reproductive technologies: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Leiomyoma: genetics, assisted reproduction, pregnancy and therapeutic advances.
Comparison of urodynamic volume measurements using room and body temperature saline: a double-blinded randomized crossover study design.
The use of recombinant luteinizing hormone in patients undergoing assisted reproductive techniques with advanced reproductive age: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Does exogenous LH in ovarian stimulation improve assisted reproduction success? An appraisal of the literature.
Low-dose human chorionic gonadotropin may improve in vitro fertilization cycle outcomes in patients with low luteinizing hormone levels after gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist administration.
Experience with a patient-friendly, mandatory, single-blastocyst transfer policy: the power of one.
Body mass index impacts in vitro fertilization stimulation.
Are there ethnic differences in pregnancy rates in African-American versus white women undergoing frozen blastocyst transfers?
Is there a benefit in follicular flushing in assisted reproductive technology?
A GnRH agonist and exogenous hormone stimulation protocol has a higher live-birth rate than a natural endogenous hormone protocol for frozen-thawed blastocyst-stage embryo transfer cycles: an analysis of 1391 cycles.
Live birth sex ratios are not influenced by blastocyst-stage embryo transfer.
The effect of membrane sweeping on prelabor rupture of membranes: a randomized controlled trial.
Gynecologic emergencies.
A luteal estradiol protocol for anticipated poor-responder patients may improve delivery rates.
A luteal estradiol protocol for expected poor-responders improves embryo number and quality.
Low-dose aspirin use does not improve in vitro fertilization outcomes in poor responders.
The utility of serum leptin and follicular fluid leptin, estradiol, and progesterone levels during an in vitro fertilization cycle.
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