Evaluation of the infertile male - modern approach in the Procreation Medical Assistance (P.M.A.).

Evaluation of the infertile male - modern approach in the Procreation Medical Assistance (P.M.A.). J Med Life. 2012 Oct-Dec;5(Spec Issue):57-60 Authors: Draghici G Abstract The infertility of the couple represents a constant preoccupation of the modern society; the supervision of the fertility of the population has become a necessity today, as a result of the behaviour and habitat modifications, which the modern life has generated. Today the PMA (Assisted Human Reproduction) techniques allow the palliative solving of the medical problems, as far as the somatic plan is concerned, the incapacity of procreation of the couple. However, beyond the attempt of practically solving infertility, at the world level, the specialists in the field of reproduction have projected evaluation and supervising couple fertility programs, trying to delineate the responsible factors of this reality. PMID: 31803288 [PubMed]
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