Female infertility due to zona pellucida defect
Female infertility due to zona pellucida defect is a rare genetic female infertility disorder characterized by the presence of abnormal oocytes that lack a zona pellucida. Affected individuals are unable to conceive despite having normal menstrual cycles and sex hormone levels as well as no obstructions in the fallopian tubes or defects of the uterus or adnexa.
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