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Does baseline prevalence or targeted prophylaxis reduce infectious complications after prostate biopsy? A bias-adjusted meta-analysis

Abstract

In the absence of a female factor for infertility, microsurgical reconstruction should be offered to men with obstructive azoospermia. The outcome for the two different surgical techniques used appears similar. The presence of motile sperm in the epididymis positively influences patency rates. In this study, the age of the female partner (more or less than 35 years old) is the most important factor that influences the pregnancy rate.

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