Timothy B. Hargreave
Springer-Verlag, 1994 - Health & Fitness - 466 pages
Male Infertility is aimed at the clinician dealing with the infertile couple (not only the male) because rational, effective management is only possible if the couple are considered together. It provides advice to the clinician and gives reference to the underlying science. This will not only enable clinicians to understand the underlying science but will also give scientists an insight to clinical work. This blend of science and clinical work is reflected in the contributors who are experts drawn from both fields.
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History and Examination
Semen Analysis and Other Standard Laboratory Tests
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abnormal acrosome reaction Aitken RJ androgen Andrologia antigens antisperm antibodies assay assessment associated azoospermia cancer cause cervical mucus Chandley chromosome Clin Endocrinol clinical detected diagnosis disease donor insemination duct dysfunction effect epididymal examination factors failure female Fertil Steril fertilisation gamete Genet germ cells germinal epithelium gonadotrophin Hargreave TB Hendry Holstein hormone human semen human sperm human spermatozoa hyperactivated immunobead infection infertile couples Int J Androl laboratory levels Leydig cells maldescent male infertility meiotic membrane Mortimer normal obstruction oligozoospermia oocyte orchitis ovulation partner patients penetration pituitary pregnancy rate problems prostate receptor renal reported reproductive retrograde ejaculation sample semen analysis seminal plasma seminiferous tubules Sertoli cells serum sexual sperm count sperm function sperm motility spermatids spermato spermatocytes spermatogenesis spermatozoa studies subfertile syndrome Table technique testicular biopsy testis testosterone therapy tion tissue translocation treatment tumour Urol varicocele vasectomy vesicles vitro fertilization World Health Organization zona pellucida