Role Of Transrectal Ultrasonography In The Evaluation Of Azoospermic Men With Low‐Volume Ejaculate

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Successful Treatment of Obstructive Oligospermia

Transrectal ultrasonography currently is the most accurate, inexpensive and readily available noninvasive imaging technique used to diagnose obstruction of the ejaculatory ducts in the infertile patient with either azoospermia or low ejaculate volume. Introduction Ejaculatory duct obstruction (EDO) is an uncommon cause of obstructive azoospermia

Andrology – reproductive years and beyond

The initial endocrine evaluation should include serum testosterone, follicle stimulating hormone (Fsh) and luteinising hormone (lh) levels. An FSH >7.6 IU/L and testicular length <4.5 cm predicts the presence of nonobstructive azoospermia (noA), with greater than 89% probability in azoospermic men.5 Genetic screening for male infertility

Does response to treatment of ejaculatory duct obstruction

postejaculate urine analysis. Men with other infertility diag-noses were excluded Design and Methods of Evaluation Suspicion of ejaculatory duct obstruction was based on at least one of four findings on semen evaluation: [1] low ejaculate volume (,2.0 mL) azoospermia, [2] low ejaculate volume with a sperm concentration ,20 3 106/mL of se-

Evaluation of the azoospermic male

phy (4). In azoospermic men with unilateral vasal agenesis, transrectal ultrasonography (TRUS) may help to demonstrate an associated contralateral segmental atresia of the vas defer-ens or seminal vesicle (5). Due to the embryologic associa-tion between the vasa and seminal vesicles, most men with