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  1. With the exception of forensic medicine and psychiatry, medicine has not historically been substantially influenced by sexology. After Freud and psychoanalysis grappled with sexual facts, a sociological phase ...

    Authors: Robert Gellman and Claire Gellman-Baroux

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034594

    Content type: Sexualite

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  2. The erectile phenomenon is scientifically described since the early 19 th century. During the last 10 years, new methodologies in experimental and clinical approaches added further details to our knowledge on ...

    Authors: C. G. Stief

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034592

    Content type: Sexualite

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  3. Sub-zonal insemination (SUZI) was evaluated, in a randomized prospective study, as a treatment for certain specific types of male factor infertility. Patients were classified according to the results of an ext...

    Authors: Jean-Philippe Wolf, Jean-Marie Kunztmann, Danielle Feneux, André Hazout, Medhat Amer, René Frydman and Pierre Jouannet

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034588

    Content type: Fertilite et Contraception

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  4. Human seminal plasma glycerylphosphorylcholine (GPC), glycerylphosphorylethanolamine (GPE), citric acid (Cit) and lactic acid (Lac) were analzed by measuring the peak area of proton nuclear magnetic resonance ...

    Authors: S. Hamamah, F. Seguin, C. Barthélémy, A. Fignon, S. Akoba, A. Lepape, J. Lansac and D. Royère

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034585

    Content type: Fertilite et Contraception

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  5. Between February 1989 and March 1991, eight patients (mean age 32 years) presenting with azoospermia or severe oligozoospermia underwent a testicular biopsy to investigate their secretory or excretory origin. ...

    Authors: D. Delavierre, G. Fournier, A. Volant, P. Philippe and Ph. Mangin

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034584

    Content type: Fertilite et Contraception

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  6. Although LH undoubtedly remains the major factor controlling testicular androgen production, there is increasing evidence for the existence of a complex network of paracrine and autocrine intratesticular facto...

    Authors: G. Verhoeven

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034583

    Content type: Endocrinologie

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  7. Erection and ejaculation can be induced by two forms of stimulation. The first is mechanical: touching of the penis, scrotum and anus stimulates the pudendal nerves and a reflex erection appears via the parasy...

    Authors: C. Czyba-Gaultier, K. Charvier and A. Leriche

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034690

    Content type: Sexualite

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  8. Local mechanisms causing penile erection and detumescence result from variation in tone of vascular and trabecular smooth muscles and in a lesser part of striated muscles around the crura penis. All these even...

    Authors: F. Giuliano, O. Rampin, G. Benoît and A. Jardin

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034689

    Content type: Sexualite

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  9. The molecular analysis of clinical syndromes involving androgen insensitivity has been facilitated by the availability of increasingly powerful molecular biological techniques. Complementary DNA of the androge...

    Authors: Charles Sultan, Jean -Marc Lobaccaro, Serge Lumbroso, Charles Belon and Françoise Audran

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034686

    Content type: Genetique

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  10. Following overviews of the structure of DNA, the organization of the human genome, and a description of the process of gene transcription, the second part of this review considers the principal molecular biolo...

    Authors: Jean -Marc Lobaccaro, Serge Lumbroso and Charles Sultan

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034685

    Content type: Genetique

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  11. A litterature review reports the spermatotoxicity of the different antineoplasic therapies. Recovery of spermatogenesis after completion of most toxic treatments and its delay are individually unforeseen. Preg...

    Authors: Françoise Grob-Menendez and Dominique Marmor

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034683

    Content type: Fertilite Contraception

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  12. The basis of cognitive therapy is an analysis of the way an individual thinks and perceives in order to analyse what will affect his feelings and behavior. The patterns of thoughts will determine in which way ...

    Authors: M. Bonierbale

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034226

    Content type: Sexualite

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  13. Whether varicocoele should be treated while the patient is young remains controversial in spite of the high prevalence of this problem and the fact that it is believed by many to be a causative factor in male ...

    Authors: M. Schmitt

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034225

    Content type: Urologie

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  14. During the past decade, various imaging method have been developed which can be used to study the male reproductive tract. Ultrasonography, especially using high frequencies (7.5 or 10 MHz) and transrectal pro...

    Authors: C. Roy

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034223

    Content type: Fertilite Contraception

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  15. Numerous animal studies have shown that elevated testicular, scrotal or ambient temperature induces alterations in spermatogenesis that reduce fertility. In this study, fertilization rate and embryonic mortali...

    Authors: R. Mieusset, P. L. Quintana Casares, L. G. Sanchez Partida, S. F. Sowerbutts, J. L. Zupp and B. P. Setchell

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034219

    Content type: Fertilite Contraception

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  16. Although the existence of heat exchange between the testicular artery and the adjacent veins is well known, it may be insufficient to maintain the lower temperature of the testis. In order to investigate the r...

    Authors: F. Becmeur, B. Bothorel, A. Clavert and V. Candas

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034215

    Content type: Physiologie

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  17. The epididymis and vas deferens constitute not only a simple conduit for sperm transport but also play an important physiological role in the development of sperm fertilizing ability. The epithelial compartmen...

    Authors: Jean -Pierre Dadoune

    Citation: Andrologie 1992 2:BF03034213

    Content type: Physiologie

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  18. To date only 3 pregnancies have been reported following treatment of emission failure. We report the fourth one obtained from a male with an history of retroperitoneal lymphadenectomy. Pharmacological treatmen...

    Authors: J. Buvat, G. Marcolin, M. Buvat-Herbaut, O. Renouard, G. Gouplet and Jean -Luc Dehaene

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034174

    Content type: Fertilite

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  19. We have examined the IVF results in couples in which the husband had low fructose level as the only abnormal semen parameter. Oocyte cleavage level and pregnancy rate were not different in this group when comp...

    Authors: E. Szerman-Joly, N. Leporrier, D. Herlicoviez, M. Herlicoviez, A. Sauvalle, I. Denis, J. Izard and M. A. Drosdowsky

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034172

    Content type: Fertilite

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