ROLE OF THE UROLOGIST IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND THE THERAPY OF THE COUPLE'S INFERTILITY IN IVF PROGRAM


Authors: MUDr. Vladimír Sobotka 1;  MUDr. Jiří Heráček 2,3
Authors‘ workplace: Sanatorium Pronatal, Praha 1;  Urologická klinika 3. LF UK a FN KV, Praha 2;  Androgeos - soukromé urologické a andrologické centrum, Praha 3
Published in: Urol List 2006; 4(1): 20-25

Overview

An algorithm on the diagnosis and on the therapy for male factor infertility is shown by the authors on the functional model in the center of assisted reproduction. Sperms are retrieved from men with azoosperms by surgical TESE (testicular sperm extraction), MESA (microsurgical epididymal sperm aspiration). Using sperms is limited by the result of genetic examination and by the maturation of sperms. To enable the fertility of men with inherited impaired fertility and of the patients after spinal cord injury is a part of the system in cooperation with the clinicians, where the patients are dispensarised. According to the authors it is very important to build up cooperation between hospitals providing oncological treatment and centers of assisted reproduction, which have at their disposal a capacity for standard and quality cryoconservation to reserve future fertitlity for oncologic patients.

KEY WORDS:
infertile couple, center of assisted reproduction, azoospermia, ICSI, MESA, TESE, reproductive genetics, cryoconservation


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