Andrology is defined as the branches of science and medicine dealing with reproductive functions of the male under physiological and pathological conditions (Statutes of the European Academy of Andrology).
KeywordsReproductive Medicine Reproductive Function Male Infertility Infertile Couple Control Clinical Study
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