Through the Microscope

Exclusive Tour: Inside the IVF Laboratory at RMA of New York

 

Inside the Lab: Egg Freezing Through Vitrification

 

Video: An exclusive look inside RMA of New York’s IVF laboratory (2009)

 

Video: Egg Freezing- In the lab (2009)

A close-up look at the basic elements of fertility

Through The Microscope

This section provides you with a close-up look at eggs, sperm, and embryos as they appear through the microscopes in our Andrology/Embryology Laboratories.

Images and table courtesy of RMA of New Jersey


Sperm
microscope1
Eggs
Egg Retrieval Movie microscope2
Egg microscope3
Fertilized Egg microscope4
Embryos
4 cell embryo microscope5
8 cell embryo microscope6
Embryo Transfer Movie microscope7
Morula microscope8
Blastocyst microscope9
IVF Lab Procedures
Sperm Retrieval Movie microscope10
ICSI Movie microscope11
ICSI microscope12
Assisted Hatching microscope13

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