spermiogram


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spermiogram

(spĕrm'ē-ō'o-gram),
An illustration of the various stages of development of spermatozoa.

spermiogram

(spĕr′mē-ō-grăm) [″ + gramma, something written]
A record of examining and classifying sperm in a semen sample.
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Nevertheless, the presence of a low value per se may not preclude the possibility of the initiation of an in vivo pregnancy or, contrastingly, a "normal" spermiogram does not necessarily guarantee satisfactory fertilizing potential (2).
Spermiogram and sperm reserves in hybrid Bos indicus x Bos taurus bulls after scrotal insulation.
Spermiogram findings following antegrade sclerosing of a varicocele.
Spermiogram values before and after varicocelectomy according to age Before varicocelectomy Age Sperm count Immotile sperm Immotile sperm (million/ml) motility n (%) morphology n (%) 18-25 35.
Gerec ve yontem: Ocak 2008-Aralik 2009 tarihleri arasinda Ege Universitesi Tip Fakultesi Uroloji Anabilim Dali'nda TESE yapilan 165 infertil azoospermik erkek hasta medikal anamnez ve fizik muayene bulgulari ile spermiogram, karyotip analizi, Y kromozomu mikrodelesyonu varligi, FSH duzeyi ve TESE sonucunda sperm bulunabilirligi acisindan degerlendirilmistir.
Physical examination and laboratory tests, including a spermiogram, failed to reveal any other pathological finding.
Men with normal spermiograms may still be infertile; the cause could be related to abnormal sperm DNA (4).
With the consent of our hospital's Clinical Research Committee we analyzed ejaculates from 100 adult subjects with normophysiological spermiograms (9).