Published in the May-June 2011 issue of The Journal of Reproductive Medicine, the study evaluated 191 female patients presenting with infertility.
What does JRM stand for?
JRM stands for Journal of Reproductive Medicine
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We have 19 other meanings of JRM in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Religious Legislative Coalition (Minneapolis, MN)
- Junior Rugby League Club
- Jimmy Ryce Law Enforcement Training Center
- Junior Rugby League Football Club
- J. Ray McDermott (marine solutions company; various locations)
- Japan Resistor Manufacturing
- Jewish Renaissance Media (Southfield, MI)
- Joint Region Marianas (Guam; US DoD)
- Jonathan Rhys Meyers (actor)
- Journal of Recreational Mathematics
- Journal of Rural Medicine
- Junior Ranks' Mess (UK military)
- Jack Richardson Music Awards (London, England, UK)
- Journal of the Royal Musical Association (UK)
- Joint Requirements and Management Board (US DoD)
- Joint Resource Management Board
- J. River Media Center
- James Ryley Modeling Center
- Japan Regional Maintenance Center (US Navy)
- Jefferson Regional Medical Center (Pine Bluff, Arkansas)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Journal of Reproductive Medicine, 1998; 43: 495-502.
Resident work hour restrictions have improved residents' satisfaction with their personal lives but not with their work, according to a study published online in the September issue of the Journal of Reproductive Medicine.
YES: A study published in The Journal Of Reproductive Medicine found that prayer can double the success rate of IVF.
625-632; Journal of Reproductive Medicine, 2000, Vol.
For instance, in postmenopausal women, magnesium supplements are more important than calcium in reversing bone loss, according to a May 1990 report in the Journal of Reproductive Medicine.
Frankly, it made me suspicious to see a full-page ad for Optivite wedged between the articles on PMS in a 1987 issue of The Journal of Reproductive Medicine devoted to the subject.
The study ("A Pilot Safety and Tolerability Study of a Non-Hormonal Vaginal Contraceptive Ring") was published in The Journal of Reproductive Medicine .