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by W. Thompson,R.F. Harrison,J. Bonnar

Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Author: W. Thompson,R.F. Harrison,J. Bonnar
ISBN: 0852008104
ISBN13: 978-0852008102
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1984 edition (December 31, 1984)
Pages: 304
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Although it has long been known that male factors are responsible in at least 30% of infertile couples only recently have concerted efforts been made on the part of urologists, gynaecologists and basic scientists to identify these factors more precisely. The nature of spermatogenesis is complex but application of various scientific methods have at last opened up new and promising approaches to our understanding of this subject

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The Male Factor in Human Infertility Diagnosis and Treatment W. Thompson; . The first section deals with the evaluation of the spermatozoa and includes a critical assessment of the recently introduced zona-free hamster egg test of sperm function.

Studies in Fertility and Sterility

Studies in Fertility and Sterility. Dublin, 1983 Robert F. Harrison lohnBonnar William Thompson xi List of Contributors 5. A. Z. BADAWY J. ABE Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine Upstate Medical Center Kawarmachi-Hirokogi, Kamikyoku, Kyoto 750 E. Adams Street JAPAN 602 Syracuse, NY 13210 USA M. ALACHMAR "Marika Eliadi" Maternity Hospital 2 Helena Venizelos Square M. BERG Athens.

Male infertility refers to a male's inability to cause pregnancy in a fertile female. It affects approximately 7% of all men. Male infertility is commonly due to deficiencies in the semen, and semen quality is used as a surrogate measure of male fecundity. Factors relating to male infertility include: Antisperm antibodies (ASA) have been considered as infertility cause in around 10–30% of infertile couples.

Asian Journal of Andrology.

Medication or counseling can help improve fertility in conditions such as erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation. Hormone treatments and medications. Your doctor might recommend hormone replacement or medications in cases where infertility is caused by high or low levels of certain hormones or problems with the way the body uses hormones. Assisted reproductive technology (ART). Asian Journal of Andrology.

Although it has long been known that male factors are responsible in at least 30% of infertile couples only recently have concerted efforts been made on the part of urologists, gynaecologists and basic scientists to identify these factors more precisely. The nature of spermatogenesis is complex but application of various scientific methods have at last opened up new and promising approaches to our understanding of this subject.

Many studies have supported that different factors such as varicocele . The infertility of known etiology has considerable treatment success rate.

Many studies have supported that different factors such as varicocele, testicular failure, endocrine dysfunction, genital tract infection, testicular disturbances, testicular cancer, hormonal disturbances, retrograde ejaculation, prolonged exposure to heat, obesity, older age, smoking, alcohol, heavy metals, pesticides, oxidative stress, genetic factors and different environmental and nutritional factors reversibly or irreversibly influence male fertility.

Infertility or a couple being unable to conceive a child can cause significant . Medications, treatments, and drugs

Infertility or a couple being unable to conceive a child can cause significant stress and unhappiness. There are numerous reasons for both male and female infertility but many ways in which medical assistance can overcome problems that people may face. Everything concerning infertility is discussed and explained here. Medications, treatments, and drugs. Some drugs can affect fertility in a woman.

This book is a compilation of edited papers which were presented at the XIth World Congress of Fertility and Sterility held in June 1983 in Dublin, Ireland. Although it has long been known that male factors are responsible in at least 30% of infertile couples only recently have concerted efforts been made on the part of urologists, gynaecologists and basic scientists to identify these factors more precisely. The nature of spermatogenesis is complex but application of various scientific methods have at last opened up new and promising approaches to our understanding of this subject. Clinical results however have been depressing; the majority of treatments lack realistic evaluation and are initiated in hope rather than with a sound scientific basis. We anticipate that this volume will in some small way correct these deficiencies. The papers have been grouped into related topics. The first section deals with the evaluation of the spermatozoa and includes a critical assessment of the recently introduced zona-free hamster egg test of sperm function. Further sections include the biochemistry of gonadal function and the immunology of male reproduction; most papers are concerned with studies in the human. The clinical sections cover medical and surgical approaches to treatment and the final section deals with various aspects of AID practice.
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