This South Australia study linked a census of treatment with assisted reproductive technology to a registry of, births and late terminations due to birth defects (pregnancies of at least 20 weeks gestation) and registries of birth defects.
What does ART stand for?
ART stands for Assisted Reproductive Technology
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We have 466 other meanings of ART in our Acronym Attic
- Article (part of speech)
- Artists' Rights and Theft Prevention Act of 2004
- Ascott Residence Trust (Singapore)
- Asphalt Residual Treatment
- Assessment and Response Team
- Assessment Recovery Team
- Asset Reliability Technology
- Assisted Reproductive Techniques
- Assisted Reproductive Therapy
- Assisted Reproductive Treatment
- Associação de Residentes de Telheiras
- Association of Renal Technologists (UK)
- Assuming Room Temperature
- Astoria Transit Center (Amtrak station code; Astoria, OR)
- Asymmetric Rear Triangle (mountain bikes)
- Asynchronous Remote Takeover
- Atomic Rocket Turtle (open source software archive)
- Attentional Restoration Theory
Samples in periodicals archive:
Inhorn and Soraya Tremayne (Berghahn Books, 2012, 338 pp) Readers looking for an overview of the different policies and perspectives on assisted reproductive technology (ART) will discover many interesting facets to these issues in the Middle East.
Approximately 219,000-246,000 babies were born through the use of assisted reproductive technology worldwide in 2002, the most recent year for which data are available.
Additionally, advances in surgical and assisted reproductive technology, as well as a better understanding of the various treatment options of these cancers, provide more alternatives for preserving or protecting fertility in younger women today.
Assisted reproductive technology success rates: national summary and fertility clinic reports.
Infants conceived with the use of assisted reproductive technology (ART) are more likely than infants in the general population to have low or very low birth weight, a large population-based study reveals.
And the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology, an organization affiliated with ASRM, warned that some clinics may lure patients with false advertising and require expensive and unnecessary tests before allowing people to enroll in their programs, the group warned.
As a "treatment" for this sort of depression, assisted reproductive technology can be a cure that works.