Stig Kullander

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In an infertile man and his only, likewise infertile, brother the sperm contained only round-headed spermatozoa. Electron microscopic examination of embedded ejaculate revealed a malformation, viz. absence of acrosomes in all the spermatozoa with consequent lack of normal development of the heads of the spermatozoa. Acrosomeless spermatozoa were also found(More)
A 24 year old woman who had epilepsy since the age of 7 years and who was still using antiepileptics, developed an excessive mamary growth (gigantomastia) during pregnancy. Treatment with CB 154 (Sandoz), 2 Br-alpha-ergocryptin in a dose of 2.5 mg three times a day from the 27th week of pregnancy, resulted in prompt improvement with a corresponding decrease(More)
Seventeen infertile patients were stimulated with clomiphene citrate and human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG). During laparotomy or laparoscopy, follicles were aspirated. At least one fertilizable oocyte was obtained from 13 patients, who had normal preovulatory plasma 17 beta-estradiol (mean 2.2 nmol/l) in contrast to the 4 patients with infertilizable(More)
Results froma prospective study in Malmö performed in 1963-65 are used to discuss the possible role of hormonal drugs in human fetal maldevelopment. Appr. 2 per cent of all women had a child born were treated with gestagens during early pregnancy and slightly more had used Primodos as a pregnancy test. No harmful effect on embryonic development can be(More)
METHODS In a randomized double-blind study, 134 patients were given 500 mg metronidazole as an intravenous infusion immediately before operation for abdominal total hysterectomy and again 8 hours later and 124 patients received placebo. RESULTS There was more wound infection, postoperative hospitalization was longer and the sedimentation rate on the sixth(More)