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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Materials and methods: A total of 165 azoospermic infertile male patients who underwent TESE between January 2008-December 2009 in Ege University Faculty of Medicine, Urology Department have been evaluated for medical history, physical examination, spermiogram, caryotype analysis, Y chromosome microdeletion, FSH level, and TESE outcome regarding sperm availability.
Male-factor infertility was considered in men with spermiogram findings of TMSC <15 milion/ml, normal morphology <4% and progressive motility <32%.
Spermiogram in other two brothers showed oligoasthenoteratozoospermia (OAT) with a sperm count of 2.2 and 7 million/mL DNA extraction was obtained for WES in all infertile brothers and parents, who were first-degree cousins, to investigate possible candidate gene(s) which passed to the siblings via Mendelian inheritance.
Spermiogram and sperm reserves in hybrid Bos indicus x Bos taurus bulls after scrotal insulation.
The ultrastructure of some characteristics sperm defects and a proposal for a new classification of the Bull spermiogram. In: Symposium International di Zootechnie, 7, 1972, Milano.
We then evaluated the diagnostic value of the markedly altered miRNAs as an additional tool for the classic spermiogram.
This factor, in addition, probably contributes to the high percentage of abnormal spermiogram among our subjects.
Effects of dexamethasone treatment (to mimic stress) and Vitamin E oral supplementation on the spermiogram and on seminal plasma spontaneous lipid peroxidation and antioxidant enzyme activities in dogs.
Effect of age and time of sampling on serum testosterone and spermiogram of Bunaji and N'Dama bulls.