andrologist


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andrologist

A physician, often a urologist, who treats the male reproductive system and male urogenital complaints, including male infertility and sexual dysfunction.

andrologist

A physician, often a urologist, who treats ♂ infertility and sexual dysfunction. See Urology.
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As andrologists we take little interest in their psychological makeup as that remains the domain of the psychiatrist," said Shaeer.
Therefore, we still relay on the andrologist to perform manual sperm morphology evaluation assessments.
Zavos is director and chief andrologist at The Andrology Institute in Kentucky, and Antinori is director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy.
They need to be made aware as they are the primary contacts of most patients," says Dr Ajit Saxena, senior urologist and andrologist, Apollo Indraprastha Hospitals.
Sue Kenworthy, biomedical andrologist of Queen Alexandra Hospital, disclosed that when she examined Mr Reed's sperm under the miscroscope, the tail of the sperm had coiled around the head due to the heat damage.
Instead, always see if your GP can refer you to an andrologist before you go.
Dr Constantinos Roccas, an urologist and andrologist cooperating with IMSH said that sexual health was the right of everyone and was attainable.
The team, led by andrologist Riana Born man of the University of South Africa, Pretoria, used government records from 1995 to 2003 that document the villages (though not the individual homes) where DDT was sprayed indoors.
Dr Iwan Lewis-Jones, consultant clinical andrologist at the Women's Hospital, said: 'The number of referrals has gone up by about 70% in the last four years In all likelihood it will reach 100% in the next couple of years.
But senior andrologist Dr Matt Tomlinson said students who applied to become donors would be interviewed to ensure they understood the implications of what they were doing.
Ellington was presented the 2003 Young Andrologist Award by the American Society of Andrology at their annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.
An author-designed questionnaire with 5 items was prepared by a team consisting of an oncologist, a psychiatrist, an andrologist and a psychologist.