Do we treat the male or his gamete?

@article{Devroey1998DoWT,
  title={Do we treat the male or his gamete?},
  author={Paul Devroey and Mark Vandervorst and P{\'e}ter Nagy and Andr{\'e} Van Steirteghem},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1998},
  volume={13 Suppl 1},
  pages={178-85}
}
The history of the male infertility patient is of utmost value. A physical examination is mandatory when psychosexual and ejaculatory dysfunction and male accessory gland infection are suspected, and even in the presence of azoospermia. It is also advisable to perform a physical examination to exclude the presence of testicular tumours. The diagnostic assessment includes sperm analysis, history, physical examination, the Valsalva manoeuvre, Doppler, ultrasonography, hormonal serum measurements… CONTINUE READING
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