Testicular function in a birth cohort of young men.

  title={Testicular function in a birth cohort of young men.},
  author={Roger Hart and Dorota A. Doherty and R I Mclachlan and Melanie L. Walls and Jeffrey A Keelan and Jan E Dickinson and Niels Erik Skakkebaek and Robert J. Norman and David J Handelsman},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  volume={30 12},
STUDY QUESTION By investigating a birth cohort with a high ongoing participation rate to derive an unbiased population, what are the parameters and influences upon testicular function for a population not selected with regard to fertility? SUMMARY ANSWER While varicocele, cryptorchidism and obesity may impact on human testicular function, most common drug exposures and the presence of epididymal cysts appear to have no or minimal adverse impact. WHAT IS KNOWN ALREADY The majority of… CONTINUE READING
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