[Modification of fertility of the male by antiandrogens].


Cytoproterone acetate (CPA) type antiandrogens have been found to inhibit all androgen-dependent function (also reproductive ability) in man and male experimental animals. In animals a CPA dose can be established which reduces spermatogenesis but leaves hormone regulation unchanged. It is not possible to selectively affect epididymal sperm maturation… (More)


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@article{Moltz1980ModificationOF, title={[Modification of fertility of the male by antiandrogens].}, author={Lothar Moltz and Frank R Neumann and Joshua A. Hammerstein}, journal={Der Gynakologe}, year={1980}, volume={13 1}, pages={18-32} }