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How to Predict Future Fertility in Children With Undescended Testis?

4 monthes ago   |   By Medindia Health

A new study's findings might be useful to prioritize the order of patients requiring surgery to move an undescended testis based on the predicted chance of infertility.
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Undescended testis: Fate of fertility predicted by blood biomarkers

Undescended testis: Fate of fertility predicted by blood biomarkers

4 monthes ago   |   By ScienceDaily

In boys with undescended testis, the risk of developing infertility is traditionally predicted based on a decrease in germ cell count observed using testicular biopsy samples. However, the process of testicular biopsy carries the risk of injury, infection, and developing subfertility. In a new study, researchers from Japan have identified an alternative means of predicting future infertility based on serum sex hormone ratios without performing the testicular biopsy.
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