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  1. Cryptorchidism (CPT) is an important cause of male infertility. Rubus apetalus is a medicinal plant with a powerful antioxidant potential. We investigated the effects of aqueous and methanolic extracts of R. apet...

    Authors: Désiré Alumeti Munyali, Aimé Césaire Tetsatsi Momo, Georges Romeo Bonsou Fozin, Patrick Brice Deeh Defo, Yannick Petnga Tchatat, Boris Lieunang and Pierre Watcho
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2020 30:8
  2. Hard-flaccid syndrome is gaining increased interest among male sexual dysfunctions in the last years. It is poorly understood and defined. Most of the information comes from online forums. This paper is a revi...

    Authors: Maher Abdessater, Anthony Kanbar, William Akakpo and Sebastien Beley
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2020 30:7
  3. The Inflatable penile prostheses (IPP) are used as definitive treatment for severe erectile dysfunction. Removal of an IPP can be challenging, especially for the non-andrologists and junior urologists. The cla...

    Authors: Abdalla Alhammadi, Maher Abdessater, Abdulmajeed Althobity, Anthony Kanbar, Walid Sleiman, Bertrand Guillonneau, Ahmed Zugail and Sebastien Beley
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2020 30:6
  4. Poor sleep has been linked to a number of adverse health outcomes. Recent studies suggest that late bedtimes, short or long sleep durations, and poor sleep quality may impair semen quality. No study has previo...

    Authors: Julius Edward Miller Hvidt, Ulla Breth Knudsen, Robert Zachariae, Hans Jakob Ingerslev, Marie Tholstrup Philipsen and Yoon Frederiksen
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2020 30:5
  5. Cisplatin (CP) is an extremely effective anticancer agent widely used to treat various cancer types, however, the potential side effects include testicular dysfunction. This study was to investigate, using a r...

    Authors: Tetsuya Kohsaka, Itaru Minagawa, Masashi Morimoto, Takuya Yoshida, Tomohiro Sasanami, Yoshitaka Yoneda, Naoki Ikegaya and Hiroshi Sasada
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2020 30:3
  6. Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported that the author given names and family names had been transposed. The author names in this correction article are presented correctly.

    Authors: Fanny Jumeau, Julien Sigala, Francisco-Jose Fernandez-Gomez, Sabiha Eddarkaoui, Sophie Duban-Deweer, Luc Buée, Hélène Béhal, Nicolas Sergeant and Valérie Mitchell
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2020 30:4

    The original article was published in Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:10

  7. Even after decades of research men still lack reliable and reversible contraceptive methods comparable to female methods of contraception. Traditional methods of male contraception present a high failure rate ...

    Authors: Barkha Khilwani, Ayesha Badar, Abdul S. Ansari and Nirmal K. Lohiya
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2020 30:2
  8. The development of a canine-specific method of immunocontraception is one of the non-invasive controlling strategies for humanely decreasing the dog population. This study was aimed to investigate the potentia...

    Authors: Atefeh Esmailnejad, Behrooz Nikahval, Asghar Mogheiseh, Romina Karampour and Sanaz Karami
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2020 30:1
  9. Cryptorchidism is a frequent endocrinopathy in boys that has been associated with an increased risk of developing testicular cancer and infertility. The condition is curable by combined surgery and hormonal tr...

    Authors: Faruk Hadziselimovic, Gilvydas Verkauskas, Beata Vincel and Michael B. Stadler
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:18
  10. Numerous tests have been proposed to evaluate sperm DNA integrity. To assess the sperm chromatin dispersion (SCD) test in an andrology laboratory, twenty-five men attending Clermont-Ferrand (France) University...

    Authors: Cécile Grèze, Aline Guttmann, Hanae Pons-Rejraji, Marie-Paule Vasson, Jacqueline Lornage, Lemlih Ouchchane and Florence Brugnon
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:17
  11. Imidacloprid, a neonicotinoid insecticide, has been associated to severe reproductive toxicity in mammals. Although some preventive measures have been reported, curative strategies are yet to be explored. The ...

    Authors: Aimé Césaire Momo Tetsatsi, Pepin Alango Nkeng-Effouet, Désiré Munyali Alumeti, Georges Roméo Fozin Bonsou, Albert Kamanyi and Pierre Watcho
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:16
  12. Sleep related painful erection (SRPE) is a rare parasomnia consisting of nocturnal penile tumescence accompanied by pain that awakens the individual. Normal non-painful erections are experienced when awake. No...

    Authors: Maher Abdessater, Anthony Kanbar, Ahmed S. Zugail, Abdalla Al hammadi, Bertrand Guillonneau and Sebastien Beley
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:15
  13. Melatonin has significant antioxidant and hepatoprotective effects in normal and oxidative stress conditions. The aim of the present study was to assess the effects of melatonin on antioxidant, hepatic, and re...

    Authors: Asghar Mogheiseh, Farzaneh Koohi, Saeed Nazifi, Aidin Shojaee Tabrizi, Pegah Taheri and Sina Salavati
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:14
  14. Peri orgasmic dysfunctions are very rare and little information exists on their diagnosis and treatment. One of these conditions is post-orgasmic illness syndrome (POIS), manifesting by a debilitating cluster ...

    Authors: Maher Abdessater, Sandra Elias, Elie Mikhael, Abdalla Alhammadi and Sebastien Beley
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:13
  15. Chemical sterilization with zinc gluconate is being developed due to its permanent contraceptive effect in prepubertal dogs. In this study, five healthy adult dogs were selected randomly. Semen samples were co...

    Authors: Dorna Rafatmah, Asghar Mogheiseh and Davoud Eshghi
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:12
  16. Men with non-obstructive azoospermia (NOA) may have sperm in their testes and a procedure of sperm retrieval and assisted reproduction is required in them to allow fertility. Standard procedures such as fine n...

    Authors: Amin Bouker, Lazhar Halouani, Mahmoud Kharouf, Habib Latrous, Mounir Makni, Ouafi Marrakchi, Raoudha Zouari and Salima Fourati
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:11
  17. Overweight and obesity are known to impact male fertility and are commonly associated with abdominal obesity and metabolic disorders. The association between abdominal obesity or metabolic syndrome with male r...

    Authors: Charlotte Dupont, Céline Faure, Frederic Daoud, Benoit Gautier, Sébastien Czernichow and Rachel Lévy
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:9
  18. Undescended (cryptorchid) testes in patients with defective mini-puberty and low testosterone levels contain gonocytes that fail to differentiate normally, which impairs the development of Ad spermatogonia and...

    Authors: Katharina Gegenschatz-Schmid, Gilvydas Verkauskas, Michael B. Stadler and Faruk Hadziselimovic
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:8
  19. Congenital hyperplasia of the adrenal glands is a rare pathology, which can have an impact on male fertility. We report 2 cases of azoospermia in patients followed for a classical form of congenital adrenal hy...

    Authors: Clélia Fouques, Imène Fatfouta, Sylvie Hieronimus, Jean-Louis Sadoul and André Bongain
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:10
  20. Fabry disease (FD) is a rare disorder caused by the deficient activity of α-galactosidase A (α-Gal A). This enzymatic deficit results in the cellular accumulation of globotriaosylceramide (GL-3 or Gb3) and relate...

    Authors: Aline Papaxanthos-Roche, Aline Maillard, Lucie Chansel-Debordeaux, Martine Albert, Catherine Patrat, Olivier Lidove, Dominique P. Germain, Paul Perez and Didier Lacombe
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:7
  21. Obesity is known to be associated with inflammation, oxidative stress and a resulting reduction in sperm DNA integrity. Importantly, obesity is also reported to be associated with an increase in intestinal per...

    Authors: Karma L. Pearce, Amy Hill and Kelton P. Tremellen
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:6
  22. As with many other diseases, genetic testing in human azoospermia was initially restricted to karyotype analyses (leading to diagnostic chromosome rearrangement tests for Klinefelter and other syndromes). With...

    Authors: Farah Ghieh, Valérie Mitchell, Béatrice Mandon-Pepin and François Vialard
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:4
  23. The risk of adverse cardiovascular events and mortality associated with testosterone replacement therapy is controversial. The purpose of this report was to evaluate the effect of testosterone replacement ther...

    Authors: Kevin M. Pantalone, Joyce George, Xinge Ji, Michael W. Kattan, Alex Milinovich, Janine M. Bauman, Bartolome Burguera, Robert S. Zimmerman and Anita D. Misra-Hebert
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:5
  24. Male infertility due to Multiple Morphological Abnormalities of the sperm Flagella (MMAF), is characterized by nearly total asthenozoospermia due to the presence of a mosaic of sperm flagellar anomalies, which...

    Authors: Jean-Fabrice Nsota Mbango, Charles Coutton, Christophe Arnoult, Pierre F. Ray and Aminata Touré
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:2
  25. Although recent progress in cancer treatment has increased patient survival and improved quality of life, reproductive side effects are still for concern. One way to decrease gonadal impairment is to use cytop...

    Authors: João Baetas, Ana Rabaça, Ana Gonçalves, Alberto Barros, Mário Sousa and Rosália Sá
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:3
  26. Penile lymphangiomas are rare manifestations of lymphangiomas or lymphatic malformations which are more commonly found in the head or neck region of the body. Lymphangiomas are further categorized as lymphangi...

    Authors: Mohamed Macki, Sharath Kumar Anand, Hayan Jaratli and Ali A. Dabaja
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2019 29:1
  27. As the specialty of Andrology expands it is important to establish the most important studies that have shaped, and continue to shape, current research and clinical practice. Bibliometric analysis involving a ...

    Authors: Nicholas Bullock, Thomas Ellul, Adam Bennett, Martin Steggall and Gareth Brown
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:15
  28. Bacterial infection and inflammation of the testis impairs fertility, yet an understanding of inflammatory responses of the testis is incomplete. We are interested in identifying gene pathways involved in the ...

    Authors: Michael A. Palladino, Genevieve A. Fasano, Dharm Patel, Christine Dugan and Marie London
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:14
  29. Today, a vast arsenal of contraceptive methods interfering at different levels of the female reproductive axis is available. This is not the case for men for whom, until now, there is no reliable male reversib...

    Authors: Joël R. Drevet
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:12
  30. On the occasion of the XIIIth International Symposium on Spermatology held from 9 to 13 May 2018 in Stockholm (Sweden), participants (guest speakers and audience) collectively felt the need to make a public state...

    Authors: Hagai Levine, Hideo Mohri, Anders Ekbom, Liliana Ramos, Geoff Parker, Eduardo Roldan, Luca Jovine, Sabine Koelle, Anna Lindstrand, Simone Immler, Sharon Mortimer, David Mortimer, Gerhard van der Horst, Sumio Ishijima, Natalie Aneck-Hahn, Elisabetta Baldi…
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:13
  31. The limitations of conventional sperm analyses have highlighted the need for additional means of evaluating sperm quality.

    Authors: Jumeau Fanny, Sigala Julien, Fernandez-Gomez Francisco-Jose, Eddarkaoui Sabiha, Duban-Deweer Sophie, Buée Luc, Béhal Hélène, Sergeant Nicolas and Mitchell Valérie
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:10

    The Correction to this article has been published in Basic and Clinical Andrology 2020 30:4

  32. Testicular cancer (TC) represents 1% of all new male cancer cases but remains the most frequent cancer in adolescents and young adults in industrialized countries. In this study, we assessed time trends in use...

    Authors: Marie Walschaerts, Louis Bujan, Cécile Chouquet, Valentine Rossi, Jean-Claude Juillard and Patrick Thonneau
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:11
  33. The aim of our retrospective study was to evaluate the 5-year survival and time to castration resistant prostate cancer in patients with hormone sensitive prostate cancer treated with the gonadotropin releasin...

    Authors: Jumpei Asakawa, Taro Iguchi, Satoshi Tamada, Sayaka Yasuda, Noriko Ninomiya, Minoru Kato, Takeshi Yamasaki, Tetusji Ohmachi and Tatsuya Nakatani
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:9
  34. The nuclear lamina (NL) is a filamentous protein meshwork, composed essentially of lamins, situated between the inner nuclear membrane and the chromatin. The NL is a component of the nuclear envelope, interact...

    Authors: Marine Paci, Razan Elkhatib, Guy Longepied, Patrice Bourgeois, Pierre F. Ray, Nicolas Levy, Michael J. Mitchell and Catherine Metzler-Guillemain
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:7
  35. Robertsonian translocations (RobT) are common structural chromosome rearrangements where carriers display a majority of chromosomally balanced spermatozoa from alternate segregation mode. According to some mon...

    Authors: Anna Lamotte, Guillaume Martinez, Françoise Devillard, Jean-Pascal Hograindleur, Véronique Satre, Charles Coutton, Radu Harbuz, Florence Amblard, James Lespinasse, Mehdi Benchaib, Julien Bessonnat, Sophie Brouillet and Sylviane Hennebicq
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:5
  36. Recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) is defined as the loss of at least three pregnancies in the first trimester. Although the most common cause is embryo aneuploidy, and despite female checkup and couple karyotypin...

    Authors: Camille Esquerré-Lamare, Marie Walschaerts, Lucie Chansel Debordeaux, Jessika Moreau, Florence Bretelle, François Isus, Gilles Karsenty, Laetitia Monteil, Jeanne Perrin, Aline Papaxanthos-Roche and Louis Bujan
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:4
  37. Despite its worldwide high occurrence, the obscurity regarding the description, epidemiology and management of premature ejaculation remains provocative. It is well established that male premature ejaculatory ...

    Authors: Haroon Latif Khan, Shahzad Bhatti, Sana Abbas, Yousaf Latif Khan, Rosa Maria Marquez Gonzalez, Muhammad Aslamkhan, Gerardo Rodriguez Gonzalez and Hikmet Hakan Aydin
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:3
  38. Follicle stimulating hormone and testosterone stimulate Sertoli cells to support germ cell function and differentiation. During mini-puberty, when gonadotropin (GnRH) stimulates increases in plasma luteinizing...

    Authors: Katharina Gegenschatz-Schmid, Gilvydas Verkauskas, Philippe Demougin, Vytautas Bilius, Darius Dasevicius, Michael B. Stadler and Faruk Hadziselimovic
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:2
  39. Although oncologic testicular sperm extraction (onco-TESE) has been increasingly practiced, the evidence of onco-TESE performed in patients with testicular cancer is insufficient. Furthermore, in bilateral tes...

    Authors: Itsuto Hamano, Shingo Hatakeyama, Rika Nakamura, Rie Fukuhara, Daisuke Noro, Hiroko Seino, Takahiro Yoneyama, Yasuhiro Hashimoto, Takuya Koie, Yoshihito Yokoyama and Chikara Ohyama
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2018 28:1
  40. There is substantial evidence that paternal obesity is associated not only with an increased incidence of infertility, but also with an increased risk of metabolic disturbance in adult offspring. Apparently, s...

    Authors: Georges Raad, Mira Hazzouri, Silvia Bottini, Michele Trabucchi, Joseph Azoury and Valérie Grandjean
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2017 27:20
  41. Only 2–5% of seminal fluid is composed of spermatozoa, while the rest is seminal plasma. The seminal plasma is a rich cocktail of organic and inorganic compounds including hormones, serving as a source of nutr...

    Authors: Jana Vitku, Lucie Kolatorova and Richard Hampl
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2017 27:19
  42. The aim of this retrospective study is to investigate the relevance of dividing oocytes and using some for traditional in vitro fertilization (IVF) and others for intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) as of ...

    Authors: Arnaud Larbuisson, Dominique Raick, Stephanie Demelenne and Annick Delvigne
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2017 27:18
  43. More and more HIV-1-infected men on effective antiretroviral treatment (ART) have unprotected sex in order to procreate. The main factor influencing transmission is seminal HIV shedding. While the risk of HIV ...

    Authors: Christophe Pasquier, Marie Walschaerts, Stéphanie Raymond, Nathalie Moinard, Karine Saune, Myriam Daudin, Jacques Izopet and Louis Bujan
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2017 27:17
  44. In order to obtain information about the relationship between sleep disturbances and sperm parameters, we analyzed data from a study conducted in a Italian Fertility Clinic, in men of couples seeking help for ...

    Authors: Paola Viganò, Francesca Chiaffarino, Viviana Bonzi, Andrea Salonia, Elena Ricci, Enrico Papaleo, Paola Agnese Mauri and Fabio Parazzini
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2017 27:16
  45. Semenogelins (SEMGs) are major components of human seminal vesicle secretions. Due to SEMG’s sperm-motility inhibitor, a significant negative correlation between sperm motility and the proportion of SEMG-bound...

    Authors: Kazumitsu Yamasaki, Kaoru Yoshida, Miki Yoshiike, Kazuhiko Shimada, Hiroyuki Nishiyama, Satoru Takamizawa, Kaoru Yanagida and Teruaki Iwamoto
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2017 27:15
  46. Low level of testosterone may be associated with cardiovascular diseases in men, as some evidence suggests a protective role for testosterone in cardiovascular system. Little is known about the possible role o...

    Authors: Ahmad Separham, Samad Ghaffari, Bahram Sohrabi, Naser Aslanabadi, Mozhgan Hadavi Bavil and Hasanali Lotfollahi
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2017 27:14
  47. Hereditary hemochromatosis is a genetic disease that progresses silently. This disease is often diagnosed late when complications appear. Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (HH) is one of the classical complication...

    Authors: Rabih El Osta, Nicolas Grandpre, Nicolas Monnin, Jacques Hubert and Isabelle Koscinski
    Citation: Basic and Clinical Andrology 2017 27:13

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