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The Relationship of Varicocele and Mental Health

@inproceedings{Ketabchi2015TheRO,
  title={The Relationship of Varicocele and Mental Health},
  author={Ali Asghar Ketabchi},
  year={2015}
}
Objective. Observation of behavioral, psychotic, and mood abnormalities in varicocele patients necessitated us to determine the relationship of varicocele disorder and mental health of patients. Methods and materials: One hundred and forty-three primary infertile patients with clinical varicoceles at the age of 23 to 42 years ruled in this case-control study between April 2011 and April 2013, at our urology clinics in Kerman –IRAN. They are arranged in three groups according their situations… Expand

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