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International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences
Year : 2012, Volume : 1, Issue : 1
First page : ( 20) Last page : ( 28)
Online ISSN : 2319-5886.

Male infertility in Western Region of India: A cytogenetic study of 112 patients with impaired spermatogenesis

Gagare DB1, Borade NG2, Pradhan GC1, Daule JP3, Patil VV1

1Department of Physiology, Padmashree Dr Vithalrao Vikhe Patil Foundation's Medical College, Ahmednagar-414 111. (MH), India

2Department of Physiology, D.Y. Patil Medical College, Pimparichinchawad, Pune, (MH), India

3Daule Hospital and Maternity Home, Ahmednagar (MH). India

Online published on 6 April, 2013.

Abstract

Background

Male infertility due to severe oligozoospermia and azoospermia has been associated with a number of genetic factors. Chromosomal abnormalities are one of the principle genetic factors in male infertility.

Purpose

To detect the frequency and types of chromosomal anomalies in azoospermics and severe oligozoospermics in Western region of India and to compare these with same studies of other regions of India and the world.

Method

To assess the chromosomal aberration, the karyotyping of 44 azoospermics and 68 severe oligozoospermics were performed on peripheral blood lymphocytes using standard G-banding technique.

Result

Chromosomal anomalies in azoospermics 18.2% (n=8/44) and in severe oligozoospermics 7.35% (n=5/68) with an over all 11.6% (13/112) in western parts of India were comparable with studies from Europe, Africa, Asia, South America and other regions of India. Polymorphic chromosomal variants were high 36.6% in infertile males; this incidence was similar 33.3% that found in controls.

Conclusion

In view of the genetic risk for the next generation, the occurrence of chromosomal anomalies among infertile males strongly suggests the need for routine genetic testing and counseling prior to employment of assisted reproduction technique. It should be discussed during genetic counseling.

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Keywords

Azoospermia, Severe oligozoospermia, Chromosomal alterations, Male infertility.

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