publication . Article . 2010

Sperm count: Do we need a new reference value?

Walter Cardona Maya;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Mar 2010
  • Publisher: INIESTARES, S.A.
Abstract
Objetivos: Evaluar las concentraciones espermáticas de individuos fértiles, población general e individuos infértiles en diferentes regiones del mundo. Métodos: Las concentraciones espermáticas de diferentes estudios según el estado fértil de cada individuo fue evaluada: individuos con fertilidad comprobada, individuos que consultan a una clínica de andrología o centro de infertilidad y población general. Resultado: El promedio de la concentración espermática observada en los estudios para cada grupo fue diferente, siendo menos en los hombres infértiles comparado con los hombres fértiles (p>0.001) y la población general (p>0.001). Conclusiones: Basado en este an...
Subjects
free text keywords: Espermatozoide, Concentración espermática, Valores de referencia, Calidad seminal, Spermatozoa, Sperm count, Reference value, Semen quality, Urology, General Medicine, Medicine, business.industry, business, Humanities
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