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.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
abnormalities acrosomal age NO—O YES agglutination Aitken Amelar androgen antibodies antigens antisperm antibodies artificial insemination assessment associated azoospermia azoospermic bilateral biopsy cervical mucus chromosome cryptorchidism deferens detected donor effect endocrine epididymis erection Fertil Steril fertilisation FSH levels function germ cells germinal epithelium gonadotrophin hamster oocytes histological hormone human sperm human spermatozoa husband hypogonadism infertile couple infertility clinic investigation Klinefelter's syndrome laboratory lesions Leydig cells male infertility meiotic membrane million/ml normal Obstet oligozoospermia oocytes patients penetration test penis pituitary pregnancy problems prolactin prostate reported Reprod Fertil reproductive retrograde ejaculation scrotal semen analysis semen sample seminal plasma seminiferous tubules Sertoli cells serum sexual sperm count sperm density sperm motility spermatogenesis spermatogenic spermatogonia spermatozoa steroid stimulation subfertile Table technique temperature testicular biopsy testis testosterone therapy thermography tissue titres treatment tubular Urol varicocele vasectomy vitro vitro fertilisation wife YES O NO—O YES please give zona-free hamster