Male factor infertility.

@article{Brugh2003MaleFI,
  title={Male factor infertility.},
  author={Victor M Brugh and H Merrill Matschke and Larry I. Lipshultz},
  journal={Endocrinology and metabolism clinics of North America},
  year={2003},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={689-707}
}
There is a male factor involved in up to half of all infertile couples. Potential causes of male factor infertility are many and require thorough evaluation for their accurate elucidation. A complete medical history in conjunction with a focused examination can allow for an appropriate choice of laboratory and imaging studies. The semen analysis is a crucial first step, but it is by no means sufficient to determine cause or dictate therapy. A systematic approach is necessary to help guide the… CONTINUE READING

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