Male infertility is multifaceted and more than one factor may contribute to the etiology. One of the most common features of idiopathic male infertility is testicular malfunction. Normal spermatogenesis is a result of normal testicular anatomy, histology, physiology and proper hormonal regulation through the pituitary gonadal axis. Disturbances in any of these features may lead to testicular malfunction and abnormal semen parameters.
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Last date updated on July, 2014