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Med Arch. 2015; 69(3): 169-199

The First Report from Bosnia and Herzegovina on Micro-tese Results in Azoospermic Patients

Ümit Göktolga, Sebija Izetbegovic, Admir Rama, Hajrudin Spahovic, Cihan Göktaş.

Introduction: To present results of MicroTese procedure in treatment of male infertility in patients with azoospermia at Bahçeci BIH IVF Center during two-year period of 2013-2014. Methods: In the stated time-period, 55 MicroTese surgeries were performed. In 52.7% of the cases, sperm cells were isolated after MicroTese surgery, and in 47.3% of the cases, there was a negative outcome of the procedure. Obtained sperm cells were subjected to cryopreservation. Furthermore, ICSI procedure was performed by use of the obtained sperm cells. Results: Of 29 positive MicroTese surgeries, 21 (72.4%) resulted in clinical pregnancies. Biggest percentage of negative MicroTese procedures happened in patients with cryptorchidism and orchidopexy. Conclusion: MicroTese is the most precise and successful method of retrieving sperm cells surgically in men with azoospermia. Our results are within scope of results in referent world centers.

Key words: Azoospermia, MicroTese, ICSI.

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