A new approach to study the architectural arrangement of spermatogenic stages revealed little evidence of a partial wave along the length of human seminiferous tubules.

Although evidence of the spermatogenic wave in humans has been reported, little is known about the architectural arrangement of stages along the length of tubules in men with varied rates of sperm production. To conduct these studies, methodology is needed to stage relatively long lengths of straight portions of tubules in several men. Testes obtained at… CONTINUE READING