His scientific interests lie mostly in Gynecology, Ovarian reserve, Antral follicle, Pregnancy and Anti-Müllerian hormone. His Gynecology research includes elements of Clinical trial, Gonadotropin, Live birth, Prospective cohort study and Receiver operating characteristic. His studies in Ovarian reserve integrate themes in fields like In vitro fertilisation, Endocrine system, Follicle-stimulating hormone and Physiology.
Frank J.M. Broekmans has included themes like Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, Ovarian follicle, Menstrual cycle and Reproductive medicine in his Antral follicle study. His Pregnancy study combines topics in areas such as Intention-to-treat analysis and Obstetrics. His Anti-Müllerian hormone study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ovulation induction, Menopause and Polycystic ovary.
Frank J.M. Broekmans spends much of his time researching Gynecology, Obstetrics, Pregnancy, Ovarian reserve and Internal medicine. His Gynecology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as In vitro fertilisation, Cohort study, Infertility, Antral follicle and Follicle-stimulating hormone. Frank J.M. Broekmans works mostly in the field of Obstetrics, limiting it down to concerns involving Randomized controlled trial and, occasionally, Reproductive medicine.
His work carried out in the field of Pregnancy brings together such families of science as Relative risk and Fertility. In his work, Menopause and Polycystic ovary is strongly intertwined with Anti-Müllerian hormone, which is a subfield of Ovarian reserve. The study incorporates disciplines such as Endocrinology and Oncology in addition to Internal medicine.
Frank J.M. Broekmans mostly deals with Obstetrics, Live birth, Randomized controlled trial, Pregnancy and In vitro fertilisation. Frank J.M. Broekmans combines subjects such as Miscarriage, Pregnancy rate, Prospective cohort study, Reproductive medicine and Assisted reproductive technology with his study of Obstetrics. His work carried out in the field of Live birth brings together such families of science as Ovarian reserve, Embryo transfer, Antral follicle and Clinical trial.
The various areas that Frank J.M. Broekmans examines in his Ovarian reserve study include Andrology and Cohort study. His Intracytoplasmic sperm injection study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as mHealth, Physical therapy and Gynecology. His Gynecology research includes elements of Ivf icsi and Published Erratum.
His primary areas of study are Obstetrics, Live birth, Randomized controlled trial, Ovarian reserve and In vitro fertilisation. His studies in Obstetrics integrate themes in fields like Meta-analysis, Pregnancy, Pregnancy rate and Prospective cohort study. His Pregnancy study incorporates themes from Overweight, Quartile and Weight loss, Weight change.
His Live birth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Body mass index, Embryo transfer and Intracytoplasmic sperm injection. In his research, Frank J.M. Broekmans undertakes multidisciplinary study on Ovarian reserve and Cost effectiveness. His Hazard ratio study deals with Antral follicle intersecting with Gynecology.
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A systematic review of tests predicting ovarian reserve and IVF outcome
F J M Broekmans;J Kwee;D J Hendriks;B W Mol.
Human Reproduction Update (2006)
Recommendations from the international evidence-based guideline for the assessment and management of polycystic ovary syndrome
Helena J. Teede;Helena J. Teede;Marie L. Misso;Marie L. Misso;Michael F. Costello;Anuja Dokras.
Human Reproduction (2018)
SERUM ANTI-MULLERIAN HORMONE LEVELS: A NOVEL MEASURE OF OVARIAN RESERVE
I.A.J. van Rooij;F.J.M. Broekmans;E.R. te Velde;B.C.J.M. Fauser.
Human Reproduction (2002)
The physiology and clinical utility of anti-Müllerian hormone in women
Didier Dewailly;Claus Yding Andersen;Adam H Balen;Frank Jm Broekmans.
Human Reproduction Update (2014)
Serum antimüllerian hormone levels best reflect the reproductive decline with age in normal women with proven fertility: A longitudinal study
Ilse A.J. van Rooij;Frank J.M. Broekmans;Gabrielle J. Scheffer;Caspar W.N. Looman.
Fertility and Sterility (2005)
The role of antimullerian hormone in prediction of outcome after IVF: comparison with the antral follicle count
Simone L. Broer;Ben Willem J. Mol;Dave Hendriks;Frank J.M. Broekmans.
Fertility and Sterility (2009)
Predictors of poor ovarian response in in vitro fertilization: a prospective study comparing basal markers of ovarian reserve
László F.J.M.M Bancsi;Frank J.M Broekmans;Marinus J.C Eijkemans;Frank H de Jong.
Fertility and Sterility (2002)
Anti-Müllerian Hormone Levels in the Spontaneous Menstrual Cycle Do Not Show Substantial Fluctuation
Wouter J. K. Hehenkamp;Caspar W. N. Looman;Axel P. N. Themmen;Frank H. de Jong.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (2006)
Anti-Müllerian hormone: ovarian reserve testing and its potential clinical implications.
Simone L. Broer;Frank J.M. Broekmans;Joop S.E. Laven;Bart C.J.M. Fauser.
Human Reproduction Update (2014)
Antral follicle counts by transvaginal ultrasonography are related to age in women with proven natural fertility.
Gabriëlle J Scheffer;Frank J.M Broekmans;Marinus Dorland;Johannes D.F Habbema.
Fertility and Sterility (1999)
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