Search Results

1 - 10 of 335 items :

  • "infertility" x
Clear All

;18(3):350-5. 4. Ferlin A, Arredi B, Speltra E, Cazzadore C, Selice R, Garolla A, Lenzi A, Foresta C. Molecular and clinical characterization of Y chromosome microdeletions in infertile men: a 10-year experience in Italy. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2007 Mar;92(3):762-70 5. Giuliani R, Antonucci I, Torrente I, Grammatico P, Palka G, Stuppia L. Identification of the second CFTR mutation in patients with congenital bilateral absence of vas deferens undergoing ART protocols. Asian J Androl. 2010 Nov;12(6):819-26. 6. Hart RJ. Physiological aspects of female fertility: role

, H., Mandelbrot, L., Aubriot, F.X. & Mouly, M. (1991). Myomectomy by laparoscopy: A preliminary report of 43 cases. Fertil Steril. 56, 827-830 5. Abbas, A. & Irvine, L. (1997). Uterine rupture during labour after hysteroscopic myomectomy. Gynaecol Endosc. 6, 245-246 6. Babaknia, A., Rock, J.A. & Jones, H.W.J. (1978). Pregnancy success following abdominal myomectomy for infertility. Fertil Steril. 30, 644-647 7. Eldar-Geva, T., Meagher, S. & Healy, D.L. et al. (1998). Effect of intramural, subserosal, and submucosal uterine fibroids on the outcome of assisted

, Human Reproduction Update. 2016;22(1):48-69. 5. Yang JH, Chen CD, Chen SU, Yang YS, Chen MJ. Factors Influencing the Recurrence Potential of Benign Endometrial Polyps after Hysteroscopic Polypectomy. PLoS One. 2015;10(12):e0144857. Published 2015 Dec 11. 6. Mittal K, Schwartz L, Goswami S, Demopoulos R. Estrogen and progesterone receptor expression in endometrial polyps. Int J Gynecol Pathol. 1996;15(4):345-348. 7. De Sa Rosa e de Silva ACJ, Rosa e Silva JC, Candido dos Reis FJ, Nogueira AA, Ferriani RA. Routine office hysteroscopy in the investigation of infertile

References 1. Rowe PJ, Comhaire FH. World Health Organization manual for the standardised investigation and diagnosis of infertile couples. Current practices and controversies in assisted reproduction. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 2002: 14-15. 2. Azimi C, Khaleghian M, Farzanfar F. A retrospective chromosome studies among Iranian infertile women: Report of 21 years. Iran J Reprod Med. 2013; 11(4): 315-324. 3. Taylor A, Braude P. ABC of subfertility. Extent of the problem. BMJ Publishing Group. 2008: 1-4. 4. Dada R, Gupta NP, Kucheria K. Cytogenetic

cesarean section, and abortus. Furthermore, newborn girls may be infected during birth and their infection may remain silent [ 3 ]. Trichomoniasis was found to be related to infertility and cervical dysplasia [ 4 ]. T. vaginalis infection, though often asymptomatic, may also result in a broad spectrum of signs and symptoms, such as foul smelling vaginal discharge, pelvic pain, dyspareunia, and dysuria. Furthermore, T. vaginalis infection may cause infertility because of endometritis, salpingitis, and atypical pelvic inflammatory symptoms [ 5 , 6 ]. There is no

References 1. Krzemiński A, Sikorski R, Bokiniec M. Sperm penetration through cervical mucus in infertile couples in relation to selected cervical factors, Hum Reprod. 1988;3(3):353-5. 2. Settlage DS, Motoshima M, Tredway D. Sperm transport from the external cervical os to the fallopian tubes in women: a time and quantitation study. FertilSteril. 1973;24(9):655-61. 3. Hafez ES. In vivo and in vitro sperm penetration in cervical mucus. Acta Eur Fertil. 1979;10(2):41-9. 4. Marcus SL The cervical factor in infertility. Journal of Reproductive Medicine. 1969

. Reproductive impact of congenital Mullerian anomalies. Hum Reprod. 1997; 12 (10): 2277–2281. 5. Speroff L, Glass RH, Kase NG. Development of the mullerian system. In: Mitchell C, eds. Clinical gyne cologic endocrinology and infertility. 6th ed Balti more, Md: Williams & Wilkins, Lippincott, 1998; 124. 6. Harger JH, Archer DF, Marchese SG, et al. Etiology of recurrent pregnancy losses and outcome of subse quent pregnancies. Obstet Gynecol. 1983; 62: 574–581. 7. The American Fertility Society classifications of adnexal adhesions, distal tubal obstruction, tubal occlusion

. E. A. Thyroid Dysfunction and Effects on Coagulation and Fibrinolysis: A Systematic Review. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2007; 92 (7): 2415-2420. doi: 10.1210/jc.2007-0199 4. Bellver J., Soares S., Álvarez C., Muñoz E., Ramírez A. et al. The role of thrombophilia and thyroid autoimmunity in unexplained infertility, implantation failure and recurrent spontaneous abortion. Hum Reprod 2008; 23 (2): 278-284. 5. Verma I., Sood R., Juneja S., Kaur S. Prevalence of hypothyroidism in infertile women and evaluation of response of treatment for hypothyroidism on infertility

Introduction Infertility is a state of failure to conceive in a year of unprotected intercourse with the same partner [ 1 ]. The male factors are responsible of infertility in 20.0 to 25.0% of couples [ 2 ]. In men, the main causes of infertility are oligospermia, asthenospermia, teratozoospermia and azoospermia [ 3 , 4 ]. Like other nutritional factors, availability of bioactive folate has recently been found to be related to male fertility [ 5 ]. Folates are an inter-convertible group of enzymes that metabolize amino acid, synthesize and methylate deoxy

induction. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 91, 760–771, 2006. Clark RV, Sherins RJ. Treatment of men with idiopathic oligozoospermic infertility using the aromatase inhibitor, testolactone. Results of a double-blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled trial with crossover. J Androl 10, 240–247, 1989. Fejes I, Koloszar S, Zavaczki Z, Daru J, Szollosi J, Pal A. Effect of body weight on testosterone/estradiol ratio in oligozoospermic patients. Arch Androl 52, 97–102, 2006. Gregoriou O, Bakas P, Grigoriadis C, Creatsa M, Hassiakos D, Creatsas G. Changes in hormonal profile and seminal