Ejaculatory physiology and pathophysiology: assessment and treatment in male infertility

@inproceedings{Revenig2014EjaculatoryPA,
  title={Ejaculatory physiology and pathophysiology: assessment and treatment in male infertility},
  author={Louis M. Revenig and Andrew P. Leung and Wayland Hsiao},
  booktitle={Translational andrology and urology},
  year={2014}
}
Azoospermia is a heterogeneous condition with multiple etiologies and a variety of treatments. In this chapter we present a summary of retrograde ejaculation and anejaculation, both of which are characterized by an absence of antegrade semen propulsion through the male reproductive tract. Each of these affects fertility, but is pathophysiologically distinct disorders with differing evaluation and treatment. Retrograde ejaculation has a myriad of well-characterized causes, from pharmacologic… CONTINUE READING

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