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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Table 1: Clinical and demographic characteristics of the population studied: 40 patients operated on for left varicocele who had their sperm count improved, fathered once after surgery and who attempted a second fathering. Fifteen succeeded (Group 1) and 25 did not. The latter patients were divided into two groups: 13 patients who had a signifi cant decrease in their sperm count after fathering (Group 2) and 12 patients who had no signifi cant variation of sperm concentration, motility and morphology after fathering (Group 3). Data are presented as medians and ranges (min-max)

Table 1: Clinical and demographic characteristics of the population studied: 40 patients operated on for left varicocele who had their sperm count improved, fathered once after surgery and who attempted a second fathering. Fifteen succeeded (Group 1) and 25 did not. The latter patients were divided into two groups: 13 patients who had a signifi cant decrease in their sperm count after fathering (Group 2) and 12 patients who had no signifi cant variation of sperm concentration, motility and morphology after fathering (Group 3). Data are presented as medians and ranges (min-max)