Diseases

Epididymitis: Sources and notes

- Cognat M., et al. Epididymal sperm sampling: techniques and applications. Contracept Fertil Sex. 1991.
- Bustillo M. et al Pregnancy following insemination with spemm aspatod direcily from the vas deferens. Hayloft. Steril. 1986.

Author: Charles Brumauld des Houlières and Dr. Ada Picard.
Expert consultant: Nicolas Thiounn, urologist and professor of urology at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital (Paris).

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