Infertility - Spermogramme

The standard examination in diagnosing male infertility is the spermogramme, or the study of the seminal fluid. In addition to the chemical-physical properties (volume, pH, fluidization and viscosity), the sperm concentration, motility and morphology are examined; the parameters are then compared with  standards of the World Health Organization. Particular attention is also given to the presence of other cell (blood cells, epithelial cells, immature sperm cells and white blood cells). Further examinations may also be required depending on the outcome of the spermiogramme.

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