Fragčeriai

08:01 May 24, 2019
Lithuanian to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / IVF procedūrą
Lithuanian term or phrase: Fragčeriai
Medicininis dokumentą apie IVF procedūrą. Tarp tokių punktų kaip "užšaldyta embrionų" ir pan. žemiau lentelėje yra "fragčeriai" ir nurodytas jų skaičius - 5.
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2fragmentation or fragments
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fragmentation or fragments


Explanation:
Possibly non-standard use: fragmentation > fracture > “fragčeris”.
Some sources below.


“Typically the laboratory denotes the degree of fragmentation by assigning it a grade along a four-point grading scale. One indicates an embryo with little fragmentation (<5%), and four indicates a high degree of fragmentation (>40%) and an embryo that is non-viable. Excessive embryo fragmentation (grade 3-4) is considered a marker for embryos with compromised developmental potential.”
http://www.inviafertility.com/blog/blog/uncategorized/david-...


Embryo fragmentation in vitro and its impact on treatment and pregnancy outcome”
Presented in [year] 2000.
http://www.fertstert.org/article/S0015-0282(01)01904-5/fullt...


“Within the embryo are many key cellular structures, as well as chromosomes that contain the genetic information required by the embryo, that are all vital for continued normal embryo development. If one of these vital components is expelled from the cells and ends up as part of a fragment it can no longer take part in the progression of the embryo. In this case the likelihood of successful implantation may be affected.”
https://www.carefertility.com/blog/why-do-embryos-fragment-a...


“Effect of the degree of fragmentation on embryo survival after freeze-thawing.”
Clin Exp Obstet Gynecol. 2009;36(4):216.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20101850



Valters Feists
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