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Micro-assisted fertilisation in which a vital sperm is injected directly into the retrieved egg using a fine glass pipette. Then one or more fertilised oocytes are implanted into the uterine cavity. This method extends the possibility of carrying out fertilisation even for severe forms of male infertility. The presence of isolated viable sperm or even immature precursors is sufficient to carry out the procedure. The success rate is about 20%.
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Severe male fertility problems.