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By Anne M. Jequier (auth.), C. L. R. Barratt, Professor I. D. Cooke (eds.)

Infertility is an issue for the couple and overview of the couple is most advantageous in a health center the place either women and men could be visible jointly. The contribution to care by way of the urologist and the gynaecologist each one with an curiosity in infertility is diverse yet complementary. My appreciation of this was once sharpened among 1976 and 1985 in the course of my organization with the realm healthiness Organization's Spe­ cial Programme of analysis improvement and learn education in Human replica on the conferences of the steerage Committee of its job strength on Infertility. The deliberations of this workforce have been geared toward constructing a protocol for research of the infertile couple and it grew to become obvious to me as a gynaecologist how vital is the suitable characterization of the male partner's position to the formula of the administration plan for the infertile couple. to enhance the standard of our evaluate of the male associate our techni­ cal employees have been expert within the semen technique of the laboratory of Dr F Com­ haire of Ghent and we have been joined by means of Dr CLR Barratt, male reproductive biologist. It appeared acceptable to proportion our enthusiasm for medical andrology, so after dialogue with Dr Comhaire and Professor T Glover, an eminent male reproductive biologist, then of Brisbane, who deliberate a sabbatical to his local was once prepared for 1 and a couple of may possibly 1986. Professor Glover en­ Yorkshire, a gathering of the meeting.

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The likelihood of regaining a normal sperm count falls to only 35% after more than 10 years (Silber, 1977). This may be due to the development of secondary changes in the epididymis; since vasectomy increases pressure in the testicular end of the vas which is transmitted to the epididymis. Rupture of the tubules in the epididymis may produce granulomata and secondary epididymal obstruction. Granuloma formation at the cut testicular end of the vas, however, is associated with reduction in dilatation of the vas and better quality vas fluid has been observed in the absence of such dilatation, possibly as a result of protection against back pressure (Silber, 1977).

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