Worldwide reports suggest that infertility affects 15%– 20% of couples of reproductive age, and approximately 50% of these are accountable to the male partner. Although men with infertility represent a significant percentage of the infertile population, public awareness of this fact is limited at best. Literature and the other media have often neglected the male component of reproduction other than its sexual nature. Wider access to male infertility assessment may help to resolve this deficiency.
Novel device for male infertility screening with single-ball lens microscope and smartphone.
Written by Reid Formo | June 23, 2017 | Latest News