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Sciuk, Franziska; Vilsmaier, Theresa; Kramer, Marie; Langer, Magdalena; Kolbinger, Brenda; Li, Pengzhu; Jakob, André; Rogenhofer, Nina; Dalla-Pozza, Robert; Thaler, Christian; Haas, Nikolaus Alexander; Oberhoffer, Felix Sebastian (2023): Left ventricular systolic function in subjects conceived through assisted reproductive technologies. Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine, 10: 1059713. ISSN 2297-055X

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Over the past decades, assisted reproductive technologies (ART) have gained remarkable influence in the treatment of infertility and account for more than 2 % of births in European countries nowadays. Accumulating evidence suggests ART to cause cardiovascular alterations, including left ventricular (LV) dysfunctions, within its offspring. The aim of this study was to assess LV systolic function in subjects conceived through ART in comparison to spontaneously conceived peers.

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