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Key Dates

May 7, 2012
Abstract submission closed


May 15, 2012
Last day for early registration


About the Congress

The groundbreaking series of COGI Congresses provide a unique platform to discuss controversial issues in all fields of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility. The ability to discuss only controversial topics with emphasis on clinical solutions in cases where no agreed-upon answers or consensus exist, provides clinicians with an insight and a take-home message that ameliorates treatment in the most difficult situations.



Scientific Debates

Infertility & ART:
 
IVM is a niche procedure that does not offer any real advantage, compared with a milder form of stimulation in most patients, including in PCOS patients
 
PGS should be banned from routine clinical use due to inferior results and higher embryonic risk
 
Treatment of teratospermia: "IMSI or just ICSI"?
What are the best methods for the cryopreservation of human oocytes and embryos?
 
Obesity is associated with a lower success rate of infertility treatments and higher risks and complications during pregnancy, hence access to fertility treatments should be determined by female body mass index (BMI)
 
Can we improve pregnancy rates of patients with DOR by better stimulation
Gynecology
 
Should we perform any surgery other than TVT? Are colposuspensions obsolete?
 
Is resection of deep-infiltrating endometriosis required prior to IVF?
 
Should we search and treat women with low bone mineral density?
 
"To Mesh or not to Mesh" - that is the question

EBM: What's next?
 

Fetomaternal Medicine
   
Should we prefer emergency cerclage for conservative treatment of bulging membranes?  
 
Should we strive to predict pre-eclampsia?

 
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17th World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility (COGI)
Lisbon, Portugal
November 8-11, 2012

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