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Multicenter-Compiled Results of Pregnancies After Non-surgical Cure of Varicocele

  • F. Comhaire
  • E. W. Jecht
  • L. Schwarzstein
  • G. Van Maele

Abstract

One of the major difficulties in evaluating the effect of varicocele treatment is the lack of uniformity in patient selection, follow-up, treatment techniques, criteria for success and statistical methods. The number of patients treated by each center may be relatively small and the data from control groups are scarce and contradictory.

Keywords

Pregnancy Rate Female Partner Male Infertility Artificial Insemination Fertility Potential 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • F. Comhaire
  • E. W. Jecht
  • L. Schwarzstein
  • G. Van Maele

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