DIAGNOSIS OF GENETIC FORMS OF AZOOSPERMIA

AIM: To identify the main genetic causes of azoospermia. METHODS. The study included 92 patients with azoospermia. In all patients we carried out genetic tests - karyotyping, PCR-diagnosis of blood. RESULTS. Genetic disorders were found in 35 (38%) men. Of these, the majority of men were with Kleinfelter syndrome - 21 (60%) and deletions in the AZF regions of the Y chromosome - 11 (31.4%). CONCLUSIONS. Patients who have genetic abnormalities should receive comprehensive medical and genetic advice.

Authors
Sturov N. 1 , Myandina G. 1 , Tarasova T.2 , Saushev I.2 , Pashina N.3 , Korovyakova E. 1 , Barkhudarov A. 1 , Strachuk A. 1 , Karaseva N. 1 , Druzhinina N. 1 , Pashin S.3
Publisher
EUROPAISCHE WISSENSCHAFTLICHE GESELLSCHAFT EV
Number of issue
2
Language
English
Pages
111-113
Status
Published
Volume
9
Year
2019
Organizations
  • 1 RUDN Univ, Peoples Friendship Univ Russia, Moscow, Russia
  • 2 Natl Res Ogarev Mordovia State Univ, Saransk, Russia
  • 3 IM Sechenov First Moscow State Med Univ, Moscow, Russia
Keywords
Male infertility; azoospermia; chromosomal abnormalities; Kleinfelter syndrome; AZF microdeletions
Date of creation
24.12.2019
Date of change
24.12.2019
Short link
https://repository.rudn.ru/en/records/article/record/55850/
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