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Mannelijk geslachtsapparaat

  • J. de Gier
  • F.J. van Sluijs

Abstract

De aanleiding tot een onderzoek van het mannelijk geslachtsapparaat wordt meestal gevormd door verminderde vruchtbaarheid of door zichtbare afwijkingen van de geslachtsorganen. Daarnaast wordt steeds vaker voorafgaande aan een (eerste) dekking door een reu een onderzoek uitgevoerd van de geslachtsorganen en het sperma.

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© Bohn Stafleu van Loghum, Houten 2005

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  • J. de Gier
  • F.J. van Sluijs

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