normospermia

normospermia

/nor·mo·sper·mia/ (-sper´me-ah) production of spermatozoa normal in number and motility.normosperm´ic
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Moreover, stress in males with conditions like severe oligospermia, teratozoospermia, azoospermia, aspermia was 6 times greater than those with mild to moderate oligospermia, oligoasthenospermia in comparison to those diagnosed with normospermia or no urological abnormality.
The percentage of patients who achieved normospermia at follow-up did not vary significantly.
11,15] In our study, patients who received COPP had 100% normospermia before treatment.
Samples were categorised into normospermia, oligospermia and azoospermia on the basis of sperm count.
normospermia (normal sperm count), oligospermia, and azoospermia.
Table-3: Comparison of semen parameters between normospermia and oligospermia.
6 Percent compared to normospermia in which non-motile sperms were 43 Percent +- 18 Percent , and abnormal morphology was 35 Percent +- 14.
18 in normospermia samples as compared to oligospermia in which motile sperms were 38 Percent +- 23 Percent .
11] Based on the sperm count, the subject were classified as normospermia (>20 million sperm/mL), oligospermia (<20 million sperm/mL), and azoospermia (no spermatozoa).
The aim of this study was to compare the classical hormones used to evaluate male infertility (FSH, LH, and testosterone) by the aforementioned new markers of spermatogenesis in men with normospermia and NOA and also to evaluate their correlation with histopathological results in men with NOA.