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A microinjection technique using a high-powered microscope that allows morphological sperm selection. Using this we can detect morphological alterations that cannot be seen using ICSI: improving results where sperm morphology has a significant impact.

When do we use this technique?

Where there is a high proportion of morphologically abnormal sperm (teratozoospermia).
In cases of repeated miscarriage due to sperm quality.
In cases of previous failed cycles due to a suspected spermatic factor.
Where the sperm is of very low quality and sperm selection is very important.

Ginemed was a pioneering centre of reproduction to introduce this technique.