He was a member of the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists and the American Fertility Society.
What does AFS stand for?
AFS stands for American Fertility Society (now American Society for Reproductive Medicine)
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The most accepted system is the American Fertility Society (AFS) classification system.
This analysis controlled for multiple potential confounders, including age, comorbid diabetes, tobacco use, surgeon, hysterectomy approach, use of robotics, uterine weight, the number of additional procedures performed, and revised American Fertility Society adhesion and endometriosis scores.
Wright reported at the annual congress of the International Society for Gynecologic Endoscopy, included 22 patients who were suffering from chronic pelvic pain with mild endometriosis, meaning that they had revised American Fertility Society scores of 1-2.
Note: Fellow, American College of Obstetricians Gynecologists, and associate member, American Fertility Society, she was former director of pediatric and adolescent gynecology and former co-director of Center for Women's Health at Columbia.
While the organization is the same, a recent report published in May 1997, reflects that the American Fertility Society has changed its name to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), formerly called the American Fertility Society, is a private group that has been most active in attempting to set professional practice standards.
13, 1993, at the annual meeting of the American Fertility Society, held in Montreal.