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Table 3 Summary of sensitivity analysis findings

From: Evaluating influence of the genotypes in the follicle-stimulating hormone receptor (FSHR) Ser680Asn (rs6166) polymorphism on poor and hyper-responders to ovarian stimulation: a meta-analysis

Original summary effects    Resulting pooled OR  
OR 95% CI Nature of association Omitted study [ref] OR 95% CI Effect of study omission
NN genotype poor response overall
0.95 0.66-1.37 no associations Livshyts C [39] 1.05 0.75-1.48 slight likelihood of N carriers being poor responders
0.95 0.66-1.37 no associations Yan [41] 1.03 0.70-1.50 slight likelihood of N carriers being poor responders
SS genotype poor response NHC
1.24 0.76-2.05 S carriers likely to be poor responders Livshyts C [39] 0.98 0.71-1.36 no associations
NN genotype poor response NHC
0.99 0.60-1.62 no associations Livshyts C [39] 1.23 0.93-1.64 likelihood of N carriers being poor responders
0.99 0.60-1.62 no associations Livshyts G [39] 1.12 0.69-1.82 likelihood of N carriers being poor responders
NS genotype hyper-response NHC
1.03 0.76-1.40 no associations Daelemans [36] 0.90 0.60-1.34 slight likelihood of NS carriers being non-hyper-responders
  1. OR: Odds ratio; CI: Confidence Interval; Note: In Livshyts 2009, the suffixes C and G indicate control women less than 35 years old and over 35 years old, respectively.