Azoospermia N46.x5

Author: Prof. Dr. med. Peter Altmeyer

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Last updated on: 29.10.2020

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Complete absence of spermatozoa both in native ejaculate and in urine sediment post ejaculationem.

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Hormone diagnosis and testicular biopsy to differentiate between occlusive azoospermia (stenosis of the vas deferens, agnesia of the vas deferens, z.n. gonorrhoea, z.n. scrotal trauma and hernia surgery) or disorder of spermatogenesis. The following procedures are available if you wish to have children:
  • In case of occlusive azoospermia: Operative recanalization.
  • In case of hormonal disorder: hormonal substitution.
  • In the presence of mature motile sperm: IVF; in the presence of intact precursors: ICSI.


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Last updated on: 29.10.2020