egg harvesting

The act of obtaining human eggs from a female donor. The usual format for egg harvesting consists of inserting a long needle through the vaginal wall and aspirating tissue from the ovaries

egg harvesting

Reproduction medicine The obtention of human eggs from a ♀ donor; the normal format for EH consists of inserting a long needle through the vaginal wall and aspirating tissue from ovaries. See Artificial reproduction, Egg brokerage, Egg donation.
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Speaking of his legacy his wife Terri said: "Today we continue his mission by working to overturn recent legislation in Queensland which allows crocodile egg harvesting from vulnerable crocs in the wild to support the commercial leather trade.
And the range of options is impressive--from those that supplement "core" benefits such as health, life and disability insurance, to those spanning identity theft protection to pet insurance to employee purchase programs and even student loan refinancing arrangements and egg harvesting.
Cancer patients may be considered for fertility preservation if they meet all the Scottish Government criteria and if the urgency of treatment allows time for egg harvesting which takes at last two weeks.
Patients who meet this definition then qualify for insurance coverage for procedures such as egg harvesting and in-vitro fertilization.
Other threats include overfishing, illegal egg harvesting, and invasive species.
(1) Mandarte Island: in 1915-1916, a warden (WB Anderson) was placed on the island in June and July to prevent disturbance of nesting seabirds by indigenous peoples, especially during Glaucous-winged Gull egg harvesting (Kermode 1916, 1917).
Because mating pairs laid but one egg per year, between the overhunting and egg harvesting, reproduction could not sustain the birds' numbers, which then declined precipitously, with the last known pair being killed in June 1844.
To achieve these objectives, we first collected ethnographic information from key respondents on subsistence practices in bird processing and egg harvesting. Information on bird parts usually consumed was needed to clarify which parts should be included as edible mass when calculating a recovery rate reflecting subsistence practices.
To our doctor's great shock, and despite the control drugs, Vicky ovulated on the table during egg harvesting. We managed to save one egg--one tiny little chance at parenthood.
All medical procedures carry a risk, but most practitioners categorise egg harvesting as low-risk.
Hunting and egg harvesting of birds (regardless of closed/open hunting season);
This past year has seen some very specialized, out-of-the-box employee benefits appear--such as egg harvesting. Count on seeing more innovation in non-traditional voluntary benefits as well in 2015.