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Further information: Testicular infertility factors
|(A)spermia - complete lack of semen|
|(Asthenozoo)spermia - reduced sperm motility|
|(Azoo)spermia - absence of sperm cells in semen|
|(Hyper)spermia - large semen volume|
|(Hypo)spermia - small semen volume|
|(Oligozoo)spermia - few spermatozoa in semen|
|(Necrozoo)spermia - dead or immobile sperms|
|(Teratozoo)spermia - sperm with abnormal morphology|
It can be diagnosed via a semen analysis with vitality staining performed to determine whether the sperm are dead or alive and immotile.
- World Health Organization (WHO) Laboratory Manual for the Examination and Processing of Human Semen, 5th Edition, 2010
- World Health Organization (WHO) Laboratory Manual for the Examination and Processing of Human Semen, 5th Edition, 2010.
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