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, andriatry (an'dri-at'riks, -drī'ă-trē),
Medical science relating to diseases of male genital organs and of men in general.
Synonym(s): andrology
[G. anēr, a man, + iatreia, medical treatment]
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A medical (i.e., non-surgical) specialty dedicated to the treatment of male infertility and sexual dysfunction.
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A medical specialty dedicated to treating male infertility and sexual dysfunction
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Branch of medicine concerned with male diseases especially with those affecting the reproductive system.
[andro- + G. logos, treatise]
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Experts say that to address the basic unanswered clinical and scientific questions in andrology -- the study of male reproductive health -- would require research ranging from large, ideally international, epidemiological studies to detailed lab work to decipher exactly how sperm cells function.
They had attended the clinics of Andrology and Vascular Surgery Units, Mansoura University Hospital, from January 2014 to April 2015.
Allan Pacey, a professor of andrology at the University of Sheffield who was not involved in the study, said sperm size and shape is notoriously hard to assess, and their effect on infertility unclear.
Some 2,000 men and women in 12 regions were quizzed for International Andrology, a clinic for men's reproductive health.
Susanne is an Andrology Nurse Practitioner in the Division of Andrology and Urologic Health, Department of Urology, at the University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor, Michigan.