Ovarian hyperstimulation secretion syndrome (OHSS) is a relatively uncommon complication of ovarian stimulation during assisted reproduction. It occurs on a spectrum of mild to severe, and the most severe cases may be life-threatening. As the use of assisted reproductive technologies increases, clinicians must be aware of this potentially fatal syndrome.
Young S. Recognizing and Managing Ovarian Hyperstimulation Secretion Syndrome. Lynchburg Journal of Medical Science. 2020; 2(3).
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