Sperm defects in different age groups.

Sperm defects in different age groups.

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Background: Although semen analysis is routinely used to evaluate male partner in infertile couples, infertility and problems of impaired fecundity have been a concern through ages and is also a significant clinical problem today, which affects 8-12% of couples worldwide. Aim of the study was to study different semen parameters in male factor infer...

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... defects of head, neck and tail were considered as abnormal morphology. Maximum morphological defects were identified as head defects which was common finding in all age groups (Table 2) and ( Figure 3). Morphologically abnormal spermatozoa often have multiple defects (of the head, midpiece or principal piece, or combinations of these defects). ...

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