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  • H W Baker
  • 1986
The majority of men who present with infertility have oligospermia or asthenospermia which renders them subfertile; pregnancies occur at lower than normal rates. Currently available treatments for this group are of uncertain value. This paper outlines an approach to controlled trials to test old and new methods for their ability to improve semen quality and(More)
  • H W Baker
  • 1998
Diseases in other organs may impair the male reproductive system. Acute critical conditions such as severe trauma, surgery, myocardial infarction, burns, liver failure, intoxication, or starvation are associated with suppression of gonadotropin secretion and secondary hypogonadism. With chronic illnesses, a primary testicular disorder with elevated(More)