Spermatology: Atlas and Manual
The analysis of ejaculate, known as the spermiogram, is the crucial investigative technique in the andrological check-up for childlessness. Althoug other impor tant factors such as medical history, physical examination, hormone analysis and tests, biochemical, microbiological, immunological, and genetic tests, and histological and histochemical investigations must all be considered before a final assessment can be made of male fertility, the spermiogram is the guiding factor in estimating the prospects of fertility. Furthermore, the improvement in insemination techniques in recent years and the development of in vitro fertilization have enhanced the importance of the accurate analysis of sperm morphology and function. In view of the multiplicity of andrological investigative techniques listed above, urologists, gynecologists, physicians specializing in endocrinology and immunology, general practitioners, pathologists, and dermatologists are routin ely involved in semen analysis today. We hope in this book to address people working in all these different medical specialities. Having regard for the requirements of daily practice, we will intentionally restrict ourselves to the spermiogram, which we hope to present step by step by means of a large number of illustrations. A substantial part of the book is devoted to the morphological assessment of normal and pathological forms of spermatozoa and other cellular elements, in the form of generously illustrat ed atlas. Dr. Rovan has given us outstanding assistance in preparing the majori ty of photomicrographs.
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A The Spermatozoa Fig 43a53f
Pathological Forms of Spermatozoa with Abnormalities
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abnormalities acrosin acrosome agglutination Andrologia andrological antibodies assessment Boehringer capillary tubes cervical mucus cervical score correlation counting chamber cover slip cytoplasm cytoplasmic remnant differentiation dilution drop ejaculate analysis Eliasson eosin epididymis erythrocytes etal Evaluating Fertil Steril flagella flagellum Freundl fructose fructose in seminal Hilscher Hofmann HOP test human Immature spermatozoon immotile infertility insemination Kremer test large squares leukocytes liquefaction liquefied Makler chamber male malformations Mann MAR test matozoa May-Griinwald-Giemsa megalocephalic spermatozoon membrane Microcephalic microscope middle piece mixed morphology motile spermatozoa motility number of spermatozoa oocyte oval head ovum Papanicolaou Penetrak penetration test phase-contrast pipette postcoital test progressive motility prospects of fertility round cells sample Schill Sect semen seminal plasma seminal vesicles Sertoli cells serum slide test smear solution sper sperm spermatid spermato spermatocyte spermatogenesis spermatogonium spermatozoal density spermiogram spherical swelling test swim-up syringe tail Testsimplets tion total number tozoa tubule unprepared specimen vacuolated vitro fertilization