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IVF Embryo Selection

Three examples of embryos evaluated by the STORK-A algorithm.
Credit: Weill Cornell Medicine

This image shows examples of embryos evaluated by the STORK-A algorithm, which can analyze microscope images of embryos and incorporate information about maternal age and the IVF clinic’s scoring of the embryo’s appearance to help predict chromosome count.


From left to right the image shows an embryo predicted to have a normal chromosome count or a single chromosomal abnormality; an embryo predicted to have a normal chromosome count and an embryo predicted to have more than one chromosomal abnormality.



IVF Embryo Selection

Credit: Weill Cornell Medicine
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