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Azoospermia – Evaluations and treatments: CONCLUSIONS

Azoospermia - Evaluations and treatments: CONCLUSIONSThere have been tremendous recent advances in management strategies for azoospermia. Nonetheless, azoospermia remains the most challenging category of male factor infertility to manage. Various diagnostic strategies, particularly those involving genetic analyses, are being introduced not only to identify the etiologies of the reproductive failure, but more importantly to allow better counselling to those couples who are at risk of transmitting significant pathology to their offspring. Microsurgical reconstruction and advanced surgical sperm extraction combined with ICSI are established standard treatments. The effectiveness and safety of these procedures are well established and are commonly performed to successfully manage many men with obstructive and nonobstructive azoospermia who were previously considered to be sterile. buy asthma inhalers

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