By Craig Niederberger
An creation to Male Reproductive medication is written particularly for readers looking access into this fast-moving, complicated uniqueness with a superior realizing of the topic. the 1st chapters conceal the anatomy and body structure, medical overview, surgical procedure, medication, genetics and laboratory checking out inquisitive about the present assessment and therapy of the infertile male, and the ultimate bankruptcy describes the interplay of the sector with woman reproductive medication. during the ebook, references are without delay made to the fourth version of the main textual content within the distinctiveness, Infertility within the Male, edited by means of Larry Lipshultz, Stuart Howards and Craig Niederberger, permitting readers to extend their realizing of particular parts the place wanted. each one bankruptcy is written via a well-renowned professional in a simple to persist with, casual variety, making the textual content excellent for college students, citizens and common physicians who're trying to elevate their basic wisdom of the sector.
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A more detailed description of epididymis structure and function can be found in  (chapter 6) and . Chapter 1: Male reproductive medicine: anatomy and physiology Vas deferens The vas deferens is an androgen-dependent organ that transports sperm into the pelvis, where it joins the seminal vesicles to form ejaculatory ducts, the largely collagenous tubes, which enter the prostatic urethra. Just before ejaculation, the testes are brought close to the abdomen and fluid is rapidly transported through the vas deferens to the ejaculatory duct and subsequently into the prostatic urethra.
While recent evidence may suggest that the age of the father affects sperm DNA quality, without doubt the most impactful feature of any couple trying to have a baby is maternal age (see , p. 496). Nature is extraordinarily cruel to prospective mothers. By their mid thirties, when young couples are just beginning to get settled, female fecundity is on the decline. By her late thirties, a woman’s chance of conceiving offspring faces a terrifically steep downward slope. ” It is important to know whether they have conceived as a couple, and individually with other partners in the past.
Men may be missing a vas deferens, or both, and be understandably completely unsuspecting of this anatomic loss. Likewise, a patient may not realize that his testes are small. Men do not typically inspect each other’s genitals. In fact, it seems that they are trained to look the other way. A large part of examining the male reproductive system is putting your patient at ease. The first step is to act as if nothing is out of the ordinary. Should his partner be present, let the man choose whether or not she stays for the physical exam, and make it clear that it is his choice.
An Introduction to Male Reproductive Medicine by Craig Niederberger