What Exactly Is Icsi?

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asked Mar 29, 2010 by anonymous

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ICSI, or intracytoplasmic sperm injection, is the process of injecting a single sperm into an egg. It is usually used when a male is infertile and his sperm cannot penetrate an egg on its own. The day after the sperm has been injected, the eggs are examined for indications of normal fertilization.
answered Mar 29, 2010 by anonymous

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