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Infertility Clinical Trials

A listing of Infertility medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (11) clinical trials

Next Generation DNA Sequencing in Patients With Idiopathic Male Infertility

Infertility involves about 15% of couples who attempt to conceive and the male factor accounts for about half of the cases. Idiopathic, azoospermia, or oligozoospermia, which may be genetically based, constitute a significant number of male infertility cases.In the recent years, there is increasing recognition of the genetic abnormalities as ...

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The Role of Microsurgery in Surgical Treatment of Varicocele.

This study is to set the place of microsurgery in surgical treatment od varicocele in infertile male. Fourty patients will undergo microsurgical subinguinal varicocelectomy while the control group consisting of 20 patients wil undergo laparoscopic varicocelectomy.

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Regulation of Stem Spermatogonia in the Mature Testis

An essential requirement for sustaining male fertility is maintaining an adequate number of stem spermatogonia, the foundation of spermatogenesis. To achieve this, when the stem cells divide, some progeny must remain stem spermatogonia while other progeny differentiate. It is obvious that the correct balance between self-renewing replication and differentiation of ...

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Non-invasive Detection of Male Infertility With FDG-PET/MRI (Spectroscopy and DWI)

The diagnostic workup of male infertility includes medical history, physical examination and semen analysis. In severe cases further workup includes testicular ultrasound, analysis of genes and hormones and in a few cases testicular biopsies are necessary. Ultrasound is the first choice of imaging, but new MRI and PET techniques can ...

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Male Fertility and Sperm Cryopreservation

RATIONALE: In June 2006, the American Society of Clinical Oncology published a series of recommendations on fertility preservation for patients with cancer, concluding that "To preserve the full range of options, fertility preservation, approaches should be considered as early as possible during treatment planning". These guidelines reflect the greater attention ...

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Sperm DNA Damage to Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection Outcome

In the current era of assisted reproductive techniques where technology can help overcome defects in sperm function, the value of semen analysis has become even more inaccurate. Initial reports of intracytoplasmic sperm injection revealed its ability to bypass the natural selection process and enable men with severely impaired semen parameters ...

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Human Sperm Markers of Cryodamage Resistance

Nested cases and controls design, with donor sperm samples frozen under conventional protocols, categorized depending on their good (GSR, n=20) (less than 20% motility decrease) or bad (BSR, n=20) (more than 20% motility decrease) survival rates. Sperm mRNA was extracted using Trizol protocol, suspended in diethylpyrocarbonate (DEPC)-treated water and frozen ...

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Oral Astaxanthin and Semen Quality Fertilization and Embryo Development in Assisted Reproduction Techniques Procedures

In the study male patients diagnosed with oligoasthenozoospermia - with an abnormal sperm concentration and motility, irrespective of the morphology of spermatozoa - treated with their female partner with assisted reproduction techniques (ISCI) will be included. In the double blind study male patients will be given astaxanthin with vitamin E ...

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Small RNA Pathways in Mammalian Gametogenesis

Project 2 (PI: Dr. Darius Paduch): Role of Small RNAs in male infertility. The leading hypothesis of this project is based on extensive preliminary results obtained by this group showing that 70% of miRNA expressed from human testis are highly conserved in humans and rodents. The investigators hypothesize that differentially ...

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Secretory Azoospermia and FDG (Fluoro Deoxyglucose) PET-CT

One third of infertilities is of exclusive male origin and one third of mixed origin (presence of a male factor). Ten percent of infertile male have azoospermia with a secretory origin in most of cases. Surgical extraction of spermatozoa from testicle is the unique possibility to increase the chance for ...

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