Tag: abnormal spermatogenesis


Cryptorchidism and fertility

Cryptorchidism or hidden testicle consists of no descending testicle or testicles to scrotal bag, where they should be located at birth. The descent occurs normally in the first year of life, if not, it is corrected with surgery.

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Image of a obstructive azoospermia

It occurs when the sperm count after ejaculation is non-existent. The absence of measurable sperm in a man’s ejaculate may be due to different reasons, since there are several types of azoospermia. It is considered as a case of male sterility because of sperm failure.

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