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Testicular Sperm and IVF outcomes+ - Course ID:102 -
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SEP178+ [794]
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This course explores publications that report on the use of testicular sperm in IVF. since these patients may have increased sperm DNA damage that could affect their ICSI outcome, the use of surgically retrieved testicular spermatozoa may be preferred to improve their chance of fathering their biological offspring.
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6/1/2021 - [Last Updated:30/10/2020]
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Created 6/1/2021
Updated 30/10/2020
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References related to Testicular Sperm and IVF outcomes -[0] [Ref=1]
Caroppo E, Campagna C, Colpi EM, D'Amato G, Colpi GM. Sperm source does not affect the ICSI outcome of patients with severely compromised spermatogenesis. Andrologia. 2020 Oct 28:e13884. doi: 10.1111/and.13884 ID:2868
Year:2020, DOI:10.1111/and.13884 374 8740 2020 Last edited on 30/10/2020

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