High rate of normospermia found in infertile men

August 2003
Urology Times;Aug2003, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p12
Discusses the rate of normospermia found in infertile men in the U.S. Criteria for sperm parameters in predicting a man's fertility potential; Guidelines to determine sperm concentration and motility; Aspects of infertility investigation.


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