Pregnancies after ICSI using sperm with abnormal head-tail junction from two brothers: case report.

@article{Porcu2003PregnanciesAI,
  title={Pregnancies after ICSI using sperm with abnormal head-tail junction from two brothers: case report.},
  author={G{\'e}raldine Porcu and Georges Mercier and Pierre Boyer and Vincent Achard and Julie Banet and Mar G Vasserot and Charles P Melone and Jacqueline Saias-Magnan and Claude D'ercole and C{\'e}cile Chau and Marie Roberte Guichaoua},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2003},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={562-7}
}
We report ICSI pregnancies in two couples with a history of long standing primary infertility in which the sperm of the male partner were either acephalic or had abnormal head-midpiece attachments. The two couples, in which the men are brothers, underwent ICSI. Sperm were analysed by transmission electron microscopy and immunocytochemistry with an anti-MPM2 monoclonal antibody. The first couple underwent two ICSI cycles, each consisting of the injection of two mature oocytes and the transfer of… CONTINUE READING
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