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ICSI with IMSI (intracytoplasmic morphologically-selected sperm injection) is a visual technique which makes it possible to view sperm at a magnification 20 times greater than conventional (magnification x 6000 vs. 400). This allows us to observe the morphology in greater detail and select the most suitable sperm for ICSI, as sperm with poor morphology lower the pregnancy rate and are associated with early foetal loss.

IMSI is primarily used in cases of severe teratozoospermia. Ovarian stimulation and egg collection are the same as described for ICSI.