oligospermia


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oligospermia

[¦äl·ə·gō′spər·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Scarcity of spermatozoa in the semen.
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In addition, we also measured these 7 miRNAs in 34 patients with oligospermia, and, as expected, we found the concentrations of these miRNAs to be between those of the azoospermia and control groups, except for miR-122, which exhibited a relatively higher concentration in patients with oligospermia than in the controls (see Table 6 in the online Data Supplement).
Live births after intracytoplasmic sperm injection in the management of oligospermia and azoospermia in Nigeria.
Less common causes of thermal oligospermia (both globally and at the clinic) include:
In cases where the husband's semen can be used, we are usually dealing with a correctable mucous or antibody problem as opposed to oligospermia.
Cytotoxic drugs cause oligospermia by directly affecting the germinal epithelium.
Semen parameter aberrations, including oligospermia, impaired motility, and increased abnormal forms of sperm have been described by MacLeod.
MONTREAL -- Men who are overweight or obese have reduced serum testosterone levels, "which may help explain idiopathic oligospermia," according to William E.
Traditionally, oligospermia corresponds to a sperm concentration of <20 X [10.
Patient Teaching * Teach patient about possible adverse affects including gynecomastia, excessive frequency and duration of penile erections, decreased ejaculatory volume and oligospermia at high doses.
45,X/46,X,r(Y) karyotype transmitted by father to son after intracytoplasmic sperm injection for oligospermia.
Evidence indicates that usage of medicinal plants could have positive effects on fertility increase, as well as reducing such disorders as hormonal imbalance, sexual weakness, oligospermia, varicocele and prostate inflammation.