The varicocele as related to fertility

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Volume 107, Issue 1, Pages 72-73

Authors:

Martin Kathrins, M.D.

Abstract:

“The fact that some men with varicoceles are fertile should not minimize the potentially detrimental role of this abnormality. It would be reasonable to claim that varicocele is uniformly detrimental. One might postulate that a fertile man with a varicocele would have better semen without this condition.”


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