Study Of Some Biological Profiles Aslimiting Factors Of Male Fertility In The Region Of Batna (Algeria) | 17283
Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials
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Male infertility or the inability of a man to procreate is a major public health problem, where it is a leading cause of
marital discord in several countries such Algeria.The objective of this work is to study some biological profiles of infertile
men from the city of Batna/Algeria and to identify the causes of infertility in a population of infertile males to improve its
management and to establish a good therapeutic strategy through a study that lasted 10 months in the Department of Urology
of the University Hospital of Banta and on a population of 140 infertile subjects. For every man, series of assessments was
performed to determine the exact causes of infertility. It was found 102 cases of primary infertility against 38 cases of secondary
infertility; the average age of men was 39.7 years, with a predominance of the age group (46-50 years). 34.29% of subjects
had genital infections against 17.14% with varicocele. 132 men presented spermiologiques abnormalities; a asth?nospermie
(AS) in 27.27% of the cases, astheno-teratospermiea(OATS) 11.36% while Azoospermes showed 5.07% .Genital infections
are the main causes of infertility (34.29%) of the cases. The results of spermocytogramme showed a predominance of head
abnormalities (41.70 %), while the flagellum abnormalities presented 33.83 %. The dosage of the seminal plasma carnitine
showed no pathological cases, which makes it difficult to know their association with infertility. By against some disturbances
Fructose and Zinc have been reported.
Bousnane Nour El Houda is PhD 2
year at the age of 24, from the University of HadjLakhdaBatna, Algeria, department of natural and life sciences, and a
laboratory engineer in Biochemistry in the department of medical sciences and a member of research laboratory of Biotechnology of Bioactive Molecules and
Cellular Pathophysiology.He has participated in several congresses the latest has been in Tunisia (the25th Congress of the ATSB of Biotechnology).
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