Size does matter: Higher body mass index may mean lower pregnancy rates for microscopic testicular sperm extraction

Reflections on “Overweight men with nonobstructive azoospermia have worse pregnancy outcomes following microdissection testicular sperm extraction” by Ramasamy et al.

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Jay I. Sandlow, M.D.

Volume 99, Issue 2, Page 347, February 2013

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Reflections on “Overweight men with nonobstructive azoospermia have worse pregnancy outcomes following microdissection testicular sperm extraction” by Ramasamy et al.

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