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  • Bilateral disease and intratesticular haemodynamics as markers of dyspermia in patients with subclinical varicocele: A prospective study. [Journal Article]
    Arab J Urol 2019; 17(4):298-304Tsampoukas G, Dellis A, Papatsoris A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Classic ultrasonographic characteristics in men with SV, such as venous size or degree of reflux, were insufficient to distinguish patients with abnormal semen analysis. However, bilateral disease and intratesticular haemodynamics differed significantly in patients with SV and abnormal semen analysis. Abbreviations: BMI: body mass index; CDU: colour Doppler ultrasonography; EDV: end-diastolic velocity; MVD: maximal vein diameter; PSV: peak-systolic velocity; RI: resistive index; SV: subclinical varicocele; TTV: total testicular volume; US: ultrasonography.
  • Impact of Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane Regulator (CFTR) gene mutations on male infertility. [Journal Article]
    Arch Ital Urol Androl 2014; 86(3):171-4Elia J, Mazzilli R, … Mazzilli F
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study confirms the highly significant prevalence of CFTR mutations in males with bilateral absence of the vas deferens or ejaculatory ducts obstruction compared with subjects with secretory azoospermia. Moreover, the significant prevalence of mutations in severely dyspermic subjects may suggest the possible involvement of CFTR even in the spermatogenic process. This could explain the unsatisfactory recovery of sperm from testicular fine needle aspiration in patients affected by genital tract blockage.
  • Testicular microlithiasis and dyspermia: is there any correlation? [Journal Article]
    Arch Ital Urol Androl 2014; 86(1):20-2Catanzariti F, Cantoro U, … Polito M
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study, although preliminary, with a low number of participants, shows that sperm quality is not affected by the presence of testicular microlithiasis, because the results of spermiograms are almost comparable between the two groups.
  • Seminal profile of subjects with testicular microlithiasis and testicular calcifications. [Journal Article]
    Fertil Steril 2005; 84(1):243-5Mazzilli F, Delfino M, … Di Nardo R
  • Two hundred eighty-one male partners of infertile couples were studied to determine the prevalence of subjects with testicular microlithiasis (TM) or testicular calcifications (TC) to define the seminal profile of this population and to initiate a longitudinal study to evaluate the significance of TM and TC as predictive markers of cancer. The prevalence found was 4.6% and 3.9%, respectively, whi…
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