leukocytospermia

leukocytospermia

/leu·ko·cy·to·sper·mia/ (-si″to-sper´me-ah) excessive leukocytes in the seminal fluid.
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Resistin, interleukin-6, tumor necrosis factor-alpha, and human semen parameters in the presence of leukocytospermia, smoking habit, and varicocele.
Exclusion criteria for study participation were any history of urogenital surgery, leukocytospermia (white blood cells > 1 x 106 cells/ml semen), and azoospermia.
Key words: Semen Analysis, Leukocytospermia, Computer Aided Sperm Analyzer, World Health Organization.
3] bacteria/ml ejaculate), which includes the detection of Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Chlamydia trachomatis, Ureaplasma urealyticum and significant leukocytospermia ([10.
Prevalence of sexually transmissible pathogens in semen from asymptomatic male infertility patients with and without leukocytospermia.
All subjects with evidence of urogenital infections, leukocytospermia, a history of smoking and excessive alcohol and drug consumption were excluded from the study.
One of these factors is Leukocytospermia (7), which is the increase of leukocytes in semen due to genital infection and/or inflammation (8)
World Health Organization (WHO) defines leukocytospermia (increased leukocyte infiltration in semen) as the presence of peroxidase-positive leukocytes in concentrations of > 1 X [10.
Numerous pathologies causing mechanical obstruction of the reproductive tract and extravasation of sperm, including congenital abnormalities (cystic fibrosis, congenital absence of vas deferens), vasectomy, trauma, testicular torsion, surgery, inflammation, childhood inguinal herniorrhaphy, sexually transmitted disease, leukocytospermia, varicocele, and immunosuppression, can in theory lead to ASAB formation.
Their participation in inflammation is closely connected with the accompanying leukocytospermia (39-40).
collateral effects of various pathological iatrogenic and environmental factors including: cancer, antineoplastic drugs (44), varicocele (45), high fever (46), leukocytospermia (47), centrifugal pelleting and other conditions of sperm handling (34, 48), occupational exposure to toxic agents, eg.