TESE

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Related to Testicular sperm extraction: Intracytoplasmic sperm injection, tubal embryo transfer
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TESETesticular Sperm Extraction
TESETeacher Education and Special Education (journal)
TESETesticular Epididymal Sperm Extraction (fertility treatment)
TESETrends of Engineering System Evolution
TESETactical Exercise Simulator & Evaluator
TESEThesaurus Europeo dei Sistemi Educativi
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Totally, 10 non-obstructive azoospermia testicular sperm extraction positive (NOA TESE(+)) and 10 non-obstructive azoospermia testicular sperm extraction negative (NOA TESE(-)) patients were subjected to analysis in this study.
Zohdy, "Testicular sperm extraction: Impact of testicular histology on outcome, number of biopsies to be performed and optimal time for repetition," Human Reproduction, vol.
AZFb deletions predict the absence of spermatozoa with testicular sperm extraction: Preliminary report of a prognostic genetic test.
(mIU/ml) (mIU/ml) biopsy A1 60 12 NA NA NA A8 45 10 SCO NA NA Inf4 76 12 MA TESE - Inf6 70 10.5 MA TESE - Inf13 60 17 MA TESE - Inf24 30 19 MA TESE - Inf38 25 12 MA TESE - Inf52 20 18 MA TESE - Inf104 40 20 SCO TESE - Inf121 10 7.5 SCO TESE - Y2 38.5 7 NA TESE - Y30 35 14 NA TESE - FSH, follicule-stimulating hormone; LH, leuterizing hormone; NA, not available; SCO, sertoli cell only; MA, maturation arrest; TESE, testicular sperm extraction; -, no sperm.
Abbreviations: H&E, hematoxylin-eosin; IVF-ICSI, in vitro fertilization-intracytoplasmic sperm injection; MA, maturation arrest; MicroTESE, microdissection testicular sperm extraction; SCO, Sertoli- cell-only.
The optimal approach for finding spermatozoa in testicular tissue in patients with nonobstructive azoospermia is microdissection Testicular Sperm Extraction (mTESE) operation.
These men are informed about the possibility of testicular sperm extraction and ICSI combined with cryopreservation of the testicular tissue.
In vitro production of haploid cells after coculture of CD49f+ with Sertoli cells from testicular sperm extraction in nonobstructive azoospermic patients.
This literature review reveals that sperm retrieval appears necessary in the presence of many sex chromosomal abnormalities, whereas patients with autosomal chromosomal abnormalities are often oligospermic and thus do not require testicular sperm extraction. Further, it appears that for patients with sex chromosomal abnormalities, including those with Kleinfelter syndrome, sperm retrieval combined with assisted fertility treatment offers a good prognosis for pregnancy.