Original investigations into the effects of testicular biopsy

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Volume 112, Issue 1, Pages 44–45

Authors:

Martin Kathrins, M.D.

Abstract:

Testicular biopsy appears to enhance sexual function and to influence hormonal output. Stimulation of sexual function seems to be the earliest and most characteristic response to the operation and is probably attributable mainly to nervous stimulation.

—Georgescu et al. 1969


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