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Middle East Fertility Society Journal


Title Abbreviation
Middle East Fertil Soc J
ISSN
1110-5690
Electronic ISSN
2090-3251
Readership
Andrologists, Endocrinologists, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants, Obstetricians, Perinatologists, Physician Assistants, Physicians, Physiologists, Sexologists
Scope
Middle East Fertility Society Journal publishes peer-reviewed papers reporting research, reviews and case reports of outstanding originality. These articles aim to summarise important and rapidly-developing areas of reproductive medicine. The journal will consider for publication original papers covering relevant scientific and clinical aspects of reproductive physiology and pathology, reproductive endocrinology and endocrine therapies. It also includes andrology, contraception, early pregnancy, embryo development, ethical issues, fertilization, gametogenesis, genetic screening (first trimester), genetic diagnosis (pre-implantation), gonadal function, implantation, infectious diseases, menstrual disorders, psycho-social issues, reproductive genetics, reproductive surgery, reproductive epidemiology, and stem cell research.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Middle East Fertility Society (MEFS)
Publisher Name
SpringerOpen
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