Male infertility: Evaluation of human sperm function and its clinical application

  title={Male infertility: Evaluation of human sperm function and its clinical application},
  author={Andrea Lenzi},
  journal={Journal of Endocrinological Investigation},
  • A. Lenzi
  • Published 1 June 1995
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Endocrinological Investigation
Association of sperm mitochondrial DNA deletions with male infertility in an Iranian population
It is suggested that 4977 and 7599 bp deletions of mtDNA may be genetic risk factors for male infertility, however, it is a preliminary study and is presenting data for future comprehensive study for making a clinical conclusion that these deletions are biomarkers for susceptibility to male infertility.
Behavioural Therapy and Counselling
Fertility, sexual, genetic and neoplastic andrological disorders require the clinician to give scientific information in the fundamental phase of counselling and the clinical andrologist must take these aspects into account as an integral part of the pathophysiological mechanism and the entire process of diagnosis and therapy.
The andrologist from medicine of reproduction to sexual medicine: the Italian experience.
The main andrological areas of interest, male reproductive and - more recently - sexual dysfunctions are most appropriately viewed as symptoms of the couple with medical, psychological and
The role of the medical andrologist in the assisted reproduction era
  • A. Lenzi
  • Medicine
    Journal of endocrinological investigation
  • 2003


High fertilization and implantation rates after intracytoplasmic sperm injection
High pregnancy rates were noticed since 67 pregnancies were achieved, of which 53 were clinical, i.e. a total and clinical pregnancy rate of 44.7% and 35.3% per started cycle and 49.6% and 39.2% per embryo transfer.
CRC handbook of the laboratory diagnosis and treatment of infertility
A critical Evaluation of Sperm Morphology Comparison with In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer Laboratory and Morphological Assessment of Human Oocytes and Early Concepti is presented.
Mammalian spermatogenesis and its disorders in man
In mammals with seasonal cycles, the seminiferous tubules are almost exclusively composed of Sertoli cells and a single layer of spermatogonia, which results in the formation of a unique population of haploid cells, the spermatozoa.