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Invited Lectures ISSN: 2047-2919 ABSTRACTS most cases. However, the success of testicular sperm retrieval is not always predicted by endocrine evaluation. PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: SYSTEMATIC In conclusion, endocrine evaluation is an important part APPROACH OF THE INFERTILE MALE of the diagnostic work-up of every men suffering from infertility. PC01 Semen characteristics and male pathology PC03 R. MIEUSSET Universite Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier, Human Fertility Imaging of the male reproductive system Research Group, Toulouse; Andrologie-Medecine de la A. M. ISIDORI Reproduction, Hopital Paule de Viguier, CHU de Toulouse, No text available. Toulouse No text available. PC04 PC02 Perspectives of genetics in the Andrology Clinic M. LAAN Endocrine evaluation Institute of Biomedicine and Translational Medicine, D. VANDERSCHUEREN University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia Department of Endocrinology, University Hospital, KU Male infertility affects up to 7% of men worldwide. Current Leuven, Belgium clinical practice enables to assign a definite causative fac- Male infertility may be the first presentation of pretesticu- tor for only 40% of men with impaired sperm counts lar problems secondary to pituitary failure, hyperpro- (Punab et al 2017, Hum Reprod). There is a growing lactinemia, hemochromatosis or even anabolic understanding that a substantial proportion of idiopathic androgenic steroid abuse. Also testicular problems such as http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Andrology Wiley

Invited Lectures

Andrology , Volume 6 – Oct 1, 2018

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Wiley
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Andrology © 2018 American Society of Andrology and European Academy of Andrology
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2047-2919
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2047-2927
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10.1111/andr.12539
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Abstract

ISSN: 2047-2919 ABSTRACTS most cases. However, the success of testicular sperm retrieval is not always predicted by endocrine evaluation. PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: SYSTEMATIC In conclusion, endocrine evaluation is an important part APPROACH OF THE INFERTILE MALE of the diagnostic work-up of every men suffering from infertility. PC01 Semen characteristics and male pathology PC03 R. MIEUSSET Universite Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier, Human Fertility Imaging of the male reproductive system Research Group, Toulouse; Andrologie-Medecine de la A. M. ISIDORI Reproduction, Hopital Paule de Viguier, CHU de Toulouse, No text available. Toulouse No text available. PC04 PC02 Perspectives of genetics in the Andrology Clinic M. LAAN Endocrine evaluation Institute of Biomedicine and Translational Medicine, D. VANDERSCHUEREN University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia Department of Endocrinology, University Hospital, KU Male infertility affects up to 7% of men worldwide. Current Leuven, Belgium clinical practice enables to assign a definite causative fac- Male infertility may be the first presentation of pretesticu- tor for only 40% of men with impaired sperm counts lar problems secondary to pituitary failure, hyperpro- (Punab et al 2017, Hum Reprod). There is a growing lactinemia, hemochromatosis or even anabolic understanding that a substantial proportion of idiopathic androgenic steroid abuse. Also testicular problems such as

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