Gy. Corradi

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Chlamydia trachomatis infection has been investigated in the prostate gland using in-situ DNA hybridization and transmission electron microscopy. Sixty-four samples of tissue removed by trans-urethral resection or by open surgery from men with benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), were examined histologically and 20 of the cases were found to be positive for(More)
Chlamydia trachomatis is one of the most common causative agents of sexually transmitted diseases. The authors studied the occurrence of C. trachomatis in the semen of 184 asymptomatic men participating in the IVF programme. Twenty-six (14.1%) of the 184 tested were positive for C. trachomatis, these patients and their wives receiving doxycycline capsules(More)
In this study 66 male patients with erectile dysfunction were investigated. The authors measured the testosterone levels in serum and in saliva, which latter represent with good accuracy the serum levels of free testosterone. The mean serum total testosterone level was 17.6 nmol/L (confidence intervals: 15.5 and 20.2 nmol/L, normal range: 10-50 nmol/L). The(More)
(Preliminary methodical report). In situ hybridization of Chlamydia trachomatis in formalin fixed, paraffin embedded specimens from the Urology Clinic were performed in 2nd Department of Pathology Semmelweis University of Medicine by a biotin labelled DNA probe. Chlamydia trachomatis is suspected to be responsible for the chronic abacterial inflammation of(More)
The data concerning bacteriospermia--are very different in the literature. Asymptomatic andrologic patients, and as control group--patients of the outpatient department for male adnexitis--were studied. Cultivation of aerobic bacteria and mycoplasmas has been recently accomplished by quantitative bacteriological analysis and chlamydia diagnostic. The(More)
As genital chlamydia infection is considered the most prevalent sexually transmitted bacterial disease worldwide, its correct diagnosis has a great clinical and epidemiological importance. Urethra is the recommended site for collecting specimen for detection of Chlamydia trachomatis in men, but urethral swabbing is very inconvenient for the patients.(More)
A staining procedure with a new stain easy to prepare is described for the morphologic study of spermatozoa. The stain gives the spermatozoa a dichromatic appearance within 10 seconds (the postacromial part of the head stains blue, the middle piece and tail stain red), which facilitates the morphological classification of spermatozoa for the(More)
Sixty patients in Stages I and II of benign prostatic hyperplasia were treated with Peponen® capsule. Out of them 26 took the drug for 10 months, 22 for at least 7, and 12 for at least 4 months. The daily dosage was 3×2 capsules in the first month and 3×1 capsule for the rest of the time. On the ground of urodynamic test results and changes in subjective(More)
The authors investigated the effect of genital mycoplasma infection of fertility. The rate of silent mycoplasma infection was studied in asymptomatic andrological patients (655 persons) and in a control group of so called "chronic prostatitis" (1085) patients with clinical symptoms. In the asymptomatic andrological group the urethral smear was positive in(More)