Sperm measures and reproductive success

by Institute for Health Policy Analysis Forum on Science, Health, and Environmental Risk Assessment (1988 Aspen Institute, Queenstown, Md.)

Publisher: A.R. Liss in New York

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Infertility, Male -- Diagnosis -- Congresses.,
  • Spermatozoa -- Congresses.

Edition Notes

StatementInstitute for Health Policy Analysis Forum on Science, Health, and Environmental Risk Assessment ; editors, Edward J. Burger ... [et al.].
SeriesProgress in clinical and biological research ;, v. 302
ContributionsBurger, Edward J., 1933-, Georgetown University. Institute for Health Policy Analysis., United States. Environmental Protection Agency., Risk Science Institute (Washington, D.C.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC889 .I567 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv, 313 p. :
Number of Pages313
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2184472M
ISBN 100845151525
LC Control Number89002328

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Reproductive success - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. To date there have been few empirical comparisons between alternative methods for measuring reproductive success (RS). We consider the pros and cons of. This measures how many sperm you have in your semen when you ejaculate. Remember, you need at least 15 million sperm per milliliter of semen to have a “normal” sperm count.

Movement. Surgical success is heavily dependent upon surgical technique and the experience of the andrology/embryology team tasked with the identification and use of. For example, relative to a sperm concentration in the fertile range, the odds ratio for infertility was (95 percent confidence interval, to ) for a sperm concentration in the Cited by:.