Inflammatory-associated obstructions of the male reproductive tract.

  title={Inflammatory-associated obstructions of the male reproductive tract.},
  author={Gert R. Dohle},
  volume={35 5},
A history of urogenital inflammation occurs in 5-12% of men attending infertility clinics. Usually, infection has a detrimental effect on sperm quality by reducing concentration and motility, and possibly affecting the number of morphological normal spermatozoa. In addition, infection may be the source of auto-antibodies against spermatozoa, found in about… CONTINUE READING