ADVANCED SEMINOLOGY APPLICATIONS

The modern diagnostic approach of male infertility requires personalization and evidence-based applications.
In addition to conventional sperm parameters (sperm count, concentration, sperm motility), the in-depth evaluation of sperm fertility potential is now supported by a series of laboratory tests which contribute to:

  • A more complete investigation of the aetiology of male infertility – especially in cases where conventional semen analysis fails to reveal any disorder
  • The selection of suitable therapeutic strategies depending on the type of diagnosis
  • The effective application of therapeutic regimes
  • The provision of prognostic information regarding the success rates of the reproductive attempt (natural or medically assisted)

The initial step in the evaluation of semen quality is the Basic Semen Analysis (Spermiogram) which includes the assessment of the conventional quantitative and qualitative characteristics:

  • Semen Volume
  • Sperm Concentration – Total Sperm Count
  • Sperm Motility
  • Sperm Morphology
  • Sperm Vitality

Sperm Function Tests may provide important diagnostic information which is not always correlated with the conventional semen profile.

The combination of appropriately selected tests outlines more comprehensively the fertilizing potential of the examined sample.

Specialised sperm function tests:

Morphometric analysis of sperm cells in high magnification.

Sperm “resilience” testing.

Sperm membrane integrity testing.

Seminal oxidative stress.

Sperm nuclear DNA integrity – chromatin compaction testing.

Hyaluronan binding assay.

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Our Laboratory will be pleased to provide you with more detailed information about conventional and functional sperm tests, as well as the arrangement of an appointment. Contact us now at: 211 4100064 & 6932-717773.