azoospermia


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azoospermia

(eɪˌzəʊəˈspɜːmɪə)
n
(Pathology) pathol absence of spermatozoa in the semen
aˌzooˈspermic adj
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Since IVM has a limited use in ART practice, convincing couples with male factor infertility such as azoospermia for IVM is very difficult.
Patients with azoospermia, total necrospermia, recurrent varicocele, and pituitary hormonal abnormalities (such as high LH, FSH denoting primary testicular failure) were excluded from the study.
Objective: The project ANDROTEST aims at the development of a non-invasive point-of-care device for the differential diagnosis ofobstructive and non-obstructive azoospermia (medical condition of a man not having any measurable level of sperm in hissemen) in male infertility cases.
The second semen sample was obtained to corroborate azoospermia observed in the first sample, after which the male was advised to seek clinical care.
Men with azoospermia, gonad abnormalities, varicocelle and urinary retention and infections; those who have taken hormone treatment; men with genital accessory gland infection; men with recent medical or surgical illnesses; those who have time limitation (e.
The infertile men in the study each had a type of genetic mutation that prevented them from making mature sperm - a condition called azoospermia.
Previous studies in our laboratory have shown that sustained delivery of D can induce azoospermia in adult rats.
A doctor then diagnosed her husband with a condition called Azoospermia, an infertility issue many men face and is commonly known to mean no sperm count.
Individuals who had varicocele, azoospermia, history of testicular torsion, or any type of inflammations as well as smokers were excluded.
The technique is called Micro- TESE and can be used to extract viable sperm cells from men suffering from azoospermia, the absence or near absence of sperm cells in a man's semen.
Azoospermia factor (AZF) in Yq11: towards a molecular understanding of its function for human male fertility and spermatogenesis.