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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Recent experimental studies showed an important role of endothelium derived relaxing factor (EDRF) for cavernous smooth muscle relaxation. Since nitric oxide (NO) seems to account for the biological actions of...

    Authors: Christian G. Stief, Frédéric Holmquist and Karl Eric Andersson

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034179

    Content type: Sexualite

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  5. Intracavernosal injections of vaso-active agents were a major breakthrough in the investigation and treatment of impotence. However the first generation agents (papaverine ± phentolamine, phenoxybenzamine) res...

    Authors: Jacques Buvat, Michèle Buvat-Herbaut, Antoine Lemaire and Gérard Marcolin

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034178

    Content type: Sexualite

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  6. If real priapism is relatively rare, prolonged erection resulting from intracavernous injections is a more and more frequent andrologic emergency. Its diagnosis only rests on physical examination. It requires ...

    Authors: Xavier Ferrière and Gabriel Arvis

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034177

    Content type: Sexualite

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  7. 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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  8. The structural quality of sperm chromatin of 101 semen samples used in IVF was studied by a simple method. The embryo-cleavage is significantly lower when more than 20% of the spermatozoa show an abnormal chro...

    Authors: Christophe Roux, Christiane Joanne, Marie -Claire Clavequin, Jean -Luc Bresson, Germain Agnani and Sanaï Aksoy

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034173

    Content type: Fertilite

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  9. 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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  10. A comparative study between three methods of semen analysis reveals that the full automated CMA system gives higher values for sperm concentration than the mean of the three methods, probably due to misclassif...

    Authors: P. Kamtchouing, F. Schoonjans, L. Vermeulen and F. Comhaire

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034171

    Content type: Fertilite

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  11. Human prostatic secretion contains only a few major proteins among which one finds albumin, acid phosphatase, prostate specific antigen (PSA), prostatic secretory protein of 94 amino acids (PSP94), Zn-α2-glycopro...

    Authors: Jean Y. Dubé

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034169

    Content type: Physiologie

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  12. The role of the pineal gland and of its main hormone, melatonin, has not yet been clearly defined. The best known activity of the gland is antigonadal, at least in the experimental animals. In fact, the admini...

    Authors: Maurizio Nordio, Domenico Conte, Francesco Romanelli and Aldo Isidori

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034167

    Content type: Endocrinologie

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  13. The current status of the various surgical alternatives in the treatment of impotence is reviewed. Microsurgical techniques for arterial revascularization succeed in 70 to 87% of cases with a mean follow-up of...

    Authors: J. P. Sarramon

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034274

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  14. Erectile failure due to veno-occlusive dysfunction (venous incompetence) is generally thought to be resistant to auto-intra-cavernosal injection therapy. Because PGE1 recently emerged as a drug more potent tha...

    Authors: A. Lemaire, J. Buvat, G. Marcolin and M. Buvat-Herbaut

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034272

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  15. The authors report their experience of 414 injections of prostaglandin E1 (prostine). The diagnostic orientation between functional or organic impotence was assessed through questionaires and more particularly...

    Authors: U. Calvet, B. Balza, N. Maillet, P. Leandri, G. Rossignol, J. R. Gautier and J. Corraze

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034269

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  16. Intracavernous injection of 20 μg of prostaglandin E1 (PGE1) was carried out in 130 impotent patients. The erectile response was compared to the results of arteriological investigations including nocturnal pen...

    Authors: J Buvat, M Buvat-Herbaut, A Lemaire, G Marcolin and JL Dehaene

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034268

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  17. Since 1982, many substances have been injected intracavernosally to produce erections in impotent men. Because the first-generation drugs (phenoxybenzamine, papaverine) were associated with severe side-effects...

    Authors: Walter Stackl, Rudolf Hasun and Clemens Hammer

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034267

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  18. Sex therapy was born in 1970 with the publication of Masters and Johnson’s landmark book “Human Sexual Inadequacy”. Since then it has evolved under the influences of social changes, medical technological devel...

    Authors: Jean Tignol

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034264

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  19. The authors have investigated the electrical activity of corpus cavernous, first according to Wagner and Gerstenberg’ method, then, since one year, according to Stief method, in the basal state and following i...

    Authors: E Quittelier, J Buvat, A Lemaire, M Buvat-Herbaut, G Marcolin and JM Rigot

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034262

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  20. After a long period of general conviction that erectile dysfunction is mostly of psychogenic origin, the introduction of vascular diagnostics into the evaluation of impotence enabled a more refined etiologic a...

    Authors: Christian Stief

    Citation: Andrologie 1991 1:BF03034260

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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