Dizygotic twin pregnancy conceived with assisted reproductive technology associated with chromosomal anomaly, imprinting disorder, and monochorionic placentation

  • Yoon G
  • Beischel L
  • Johnson J
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Assisted reproductive technology (ART) has now become a cornerstone of treatment for involuntary infertility. Recent studies have raised concern regarding potential associations between ART and chromosomal aneuploidy, imprinting anomalies, and monochorionic placentation in dizygotic (DZ) twins. We report a case of DZ twins conceived by ART in which all three problems coexist. Copyright © 2005 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  • Grace Yoon

  • Linda S. Beischel

  • John P. Johnson

  • Marilyn C. Jones

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