This is the procedure aiming to obtain spermatozoa from the testicular tissue, the epididymis or another segment of the seminal channel (series of ducts communicating the testicle and the outside of the body), in order to use them for the completion of assisted reproduction techniques.
When is sperm ion used?
Testicular or seminal channel spermatozoa ion techniques can be useful when there is not a sufficient quantity or adequate quality of spermatozoa in the ejaculate to be used in assisted reproduction techniques.
The most series for of this type of disorder is the absence of spermatozoa in the sperm, known as azoospermia. This serious seminal quality condition can be the result of two types of disorders: