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Fertility preservation for paediatric patients

Paediatric patients are at risk for future infertility due to medical conditions and treatments. As the most well-known example, many patients undergoing oncological therapy are at risk of future infertility. In addition, those receiving immunosuppressive or stem cell transplant therapy...

Onco-fertility: a review

Subfertility or infertility is a major problem affecting men diagnosed with testicular cancer (TC) either due to the disease itself [1], or as a result of management [2]. TC is the most prevalent cancer affecting men of reproductive age [3]....

Fertility Network UK: raising awareness of male infertility

Fertility Network UK are reaching out to clinicians in the urology field to raise awareness of the need to support men as the diagnosis of infertility on their emotional wellbeing and mental health can be devastating. This lack of support...

Fertility Focus

Fertility Focus: Male Factor Fertility Forum 2020 A deep-dive into the management of male fertility issues in the field of urology, expertly sub-edited by Jonathan Ramsay. Supplement Co-ordinating Editor Jonathan Ramsay: “These authoritative reviews explore what urologists are able to...

LogixX Fertility product range expanded

LogixX Fertility (a division of LogixX Pharma Ltd) specialise in commercialising Fertility and Sexual Health Products and has recently expanded its portfolio to bring new diagnostics...

Male Fertility Study Day (part of BFS Study Week)

Kevin McEleny, Chair / Content available until 31 Dec 2020

Male infertility?

Diagnose Sperm Oxidative Stress, a major cause of male infertility, using MiOXSYS™

Would some boys undergoing orchidopexy benefit from adjuvant hormonal therapy?

Orchidopexy is generally recommended between six months and one year of age given that many studies have shown that there is a progressive histological deterioration and poorer growth of the undescended testis that is not brought down to the scrotum...

Male infertility

Definitions Infertility is the inability of a sexually active, non-contracepting couple to achieve spontaneous pregnancy in one year [1]. About 15% of couples do not achieve pregnancy within one year and seek medical treatment for infertility. Semen parameters are standardised...

Demanding cases or nightmares in uro-oncology? May/Jun 2022

Delayed diagnosis of testicular cancer Testicular cancer is considered rare in the general population but is the most common cancer affecting males between 24 and 49 years. The diagnosis of testicular cancer depends on physical examination, ultrasound findings and tumour...