Encyclopedia of Reproductive Technologies

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Acronyms
AID (or DI) artificial insemination by donor
AIF artificial infant feeding
AIH artificial insemination by husband (artificial insemination
  homologous)
AMA American Medical Association
APGAR a scoring method developed by Virginia Apgar to quickly
  assess the well-being of the newborn
ASHG American Society of Human Genetics
ASRM American Society for Reproductive Medicine (formerly
American Fertility Society)
BABI blastocyst analysis before implantation
CASA computer-aided sperm analysis
CB Children's Bureau ( United States)
CDF Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith ( Vatican)
CECOS French Federation of Centers for Cryopreservation of Eggs
  and Sperm
CJD Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease
CMV cytomegalovirus
D and C dilation and curettage
D and E dilation and evacuation
DBCP dibromochloropropane
DES diethylstilbestrol
DHHS Department of Health and Human Services ( United
  States)
DI donor insemination
EAB Ethics Advisory Board ( United States)
EBSS Earle's balanced salt solution
EFM electronic fetal monitoring
ELSI Ethical, Legal and Social Implications program ( United
  States)
EPA Embryonic Protection Act ( Germany)
ET embryo transfer
FASA fetal anatomic sex assignment
FDA Food and Drug Administration ( United States)
FIVNAT IVF National ( France)

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