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A 45-year-old male with azoospermia was presented to us with primary infertility. We found that he had been taking testosterone due to erectile dysfunction. Upon its discontinuation, the normozoospermia was restored. This led to a pregnancy. In men aged 40-50, the diagnostic work up of testosterone deficiency should be in accordance with the current… (More)
AIM To document the clinical outcome of the Otago-Southland Breast Cancer Screening Programme through its first two rounds of screening, from 1991-1996. METHODS Review and analysis of clinical and pathological records. RESULTS In the first round of screening, 13,876 women were screened, giving 75% uptake; 12.2% were referred for assessment and 126… (More)
Rectus sheath haematoma (RSH) is an uncommon condition with a propensity for difficult and mistaken diagnosis. We describe a case where management was complicated by the patient's requirement for anticoagulation.