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Male Sterility and Motility Disorders

Etiological Factors and Treatment (Serono Symposia USA)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gynaecology & obstetrics,
  • Infertility & fertilization,
  • Andrology/Diseases Of Males,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Gynecology & Obstetrics,
  • Perinatology & Neonatology,
  • Urology,
  • Medical / Perinatology & Neonatology,
  • Reproductive Medicine & Technology

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsR.G. Edwards (Foreword), Samir Hamamah (Editor), Roger Mieusset (Editor), Francois Olivennes (Editor), Rene Frydman (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10155979M
    ISBN 100387986731
    ISBN 109780387986739

    Request PDF | Novel Home-Based Devices for Male Infertility Screening | Laboratory-based conventional semen analysis is the primary diagnostic test to assess the male fertility potential. The. Male sterility symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment information for Male sterility (Male infertility) with alternative diagnoses, full-text book chapters, misdiagnosis, research .

    Male infertility includes low sperm count (not enough sperm to reach the egg), low motility (sperm don't move like they should), malformed sperm and blocked sperm ducts. Hormone imbalance, testicular disease, obesity and side effects from medication or supplements can also contribute. However, in nearly half of cases the cause remains unknown. Functional disorders that impede sperm transport, in male infertility, can include: nerve damage to the reproductive organs from trauma, surgery or spinal cord injury. Medications, such as high blood pressure medicine, tranquilizers and anti-depressants, can also effect the nervous system and result in /5().

    Fertility and Sterility® is an international journal for obstetricians, gynecologists, reproductive endocrinologists, urologists, basic scientists and others who treat and investigate problems of infertility and human reproductive disorders. Male Anorexia and Infertility. When the subject of eating disorders comes up, it seems most natural to connect it to women. However, of the approximately eight million people in the US with eating disorders, nearly one million of them are men.


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This conference, dedicated to the etiology and treatment of motility disor­ ders in spermatozoa and male sterility, attracted some of the finest investiga­ tors in the field.

Standards were immensely high throughout, and discussions were meaningful and detailed. This conference, dedicated to the etiology and treatment of motility disor­ ders in spermatozoa and male sterility, attracted some of the finest investiga­ tors in the field. Standards were immensely high throughout, and discussions were meaningful and detailed.

Analyses on disorders in spermBrand: Springer-Verlag New York. Get this from a library. Male sterility and motility disorders: etiological factors and treatment. [S Hamamah; Serono Symposia, USA.;] -- This volume is the proceedings of the International Symposium on Male Sterility for Motility Disorders, held in Paris, JanuaryThe internationally recognized faculty present the latest.

Male sterility and motility disorders: etiological factors and treatment. [S Hamamah; Serono Symposia, USA.;] "Proceedings of the International Symposium on Male Sterility for Motility Disorders, sponsored by Serono Symposia S.A., held January 30 to 31,in Paris, France"--Title page verso.

Necrozoospermia is still a poorly understood cause of male infertility. It is defined as a condition in which spermatozoa in the ejaculated semen are dead. According Male Sterility and Motility Disorders book sperm norms of the World Health Organization (WHO) (1), sperm viability is higher than or equal to 75% in human semen by: 1.

Causes. Factors relating to male infertility include: Immune infertility. Antisperm antibodies (ASA) have been considered as infertility cause in around 10–30% of infertile couples. ASA production are directed against surface antigens on sperm, which can interfere with sperm motility and transport through the female reproductive tract, inhibiting capacitation and acrosome reaction, impaired Specialty: Urology.

This conference, dedicated to the etiology and treatment of motility disor ders in spermatozoa and male sterility, attracted some of the finest investiga tors in the field. Standards were immensely high throughout, and discussions were meaningful and detailed.

Analyses on disorders in sperm motility de mand a broad-based approach, involving cytologists, geneticists, andrologists, and. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Serono Symposia USA: Male Sterility and Motility Disorders: Etiological Factors and Treatment (Paperback) at Cytoplasmic male sterility is total or partial male sterility in plants as the result of specific nuclear and mitochondrial interactions.

Male sterility is the failure of plants to produce functional anthers, pollen, or male gametes Background. Joseph Gottlieb Kölreuter was the first to document male sterility in plants. He reported anther. CYTOPLASMIC GENETIC MALE STERILITY This is a case of cytoplasmic male sterility, for which a nuclear gene for restoring fertility in male sterile line is known.

The fertility restorer gene,R, is generally dominant and is found in certain strain of the species or may be tranfered from related species. Since,this gene restorer male fertility in.

Hiten D. Mistry PhD, Lesia O. Kurlak PhD, in Handbook of Fertility, Male Fertility. Male fertility is often frustrating, with no indefinable cause being found in a significant number of cases due to the multifactorial disorder [43].The damaging effects of oxidative stress is suggested to play a role in 30–80% of subfertile men [44].Selenium is an important element for normal testicular.

Fertilization is the process whereby sperm and eggs interact reciprocally to begin development. To initiate fertilization, mammalian sperm cells rely on the propulsive forces generated by their flagella to reach the site of fertilization in the oviduct and to penetrate the investments of the egg ().All flagella contain an axoneme composed of structural elements and motor proteins that work in Cited by: Motility – movement and number of active cells.

Movement is rated fromwith a score over 3 considered good. The amount of active cells is rated in percentages from %, with 50% considered the minimum. How is male infertility treated.

Male infertility is most often treated by conventional methods that include one or more of the following. male sterility: the inability of the male to fertilize the ovum; it may or may not be associated with impotence. "Motility" is a term used to describe the contraction of the muscles that mix and propel contents in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.

The gastrointestinal tract is divided into four distinct parts that are separated by sphincter muscles; these four regions have distinctly different functions to perform and different patterns of motility (contractions).

cesses affecting production or transport of sperm. Infection, trauma, varicocele, cryptorchidism, exposure to toxic agents, and autoimmunity have all been cited as causes of male infertility, but in many cases the cause is unknown. 1 We have investigated infertility observed in a group of men working in a California pesticide factory.

INTRODUCTION. Infertility is a major health problem today, affecting about % of couples trying to have a child.

Impaired fertility of the male is causative in % of infertile couples and contributory in up to another –%.Cited by: Sperm Disorders & Evaluation Learn About Semen and Sperm Disorders. By Martin Bastuba, MD, FACS.

Infertility is a growing issue for many couples. Infertility affects million American couples (approximately 15% of American couples of childbearing age). The causes of male infertility can be divided into four main areas: Endocrine and systemic disorders (usually related to secondary [hypogonadotropic] hypogonadism) – 2 to 5 percent.

To continue reading this article, you must log in with your personal, hospital, or group practice subscription. In addition to cell phone radiation, the exposure of male Wistar rats to Wi-Fi connected laptop computers (EMF, micro Tesla, μT) for 7 h/day for 1 week also reduced sperm count and motility.

Other studies have also linked RF-EMF [ 34, 37, 61, 65, 66 ] or cell phone radiation [ 67, 68, 69 ] to deleterious effects on the by:. What Causes Sterility? Sterility is classified into two groups, primary and secondary. Primary sterility means that a pregnancy has never occurred.; Secondary fertility involves one or both partners who have conceived previously, but are now unable to do so because of a possible physical or medical condition impairing fertility.

A woman who keeps having miscarriages is also considered infertile. This unique book deals almost wholly with the clinical aspects of the subject. Male Infertility is a book written by a clinician for clinicians, most frequently gynaecologists who are battling to understand reproductive pathology in the infertile male patient.

It is intended to familiarize the gynaecologist and other interested clinicians in the clinical management of an infertile man and.1 The steady rise in worldwide obesity prevalence and the concurrent decline in male fertility parameters, raise the question of intricate association between obesity and male infertility.

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