Effect of varicocelectomy on sperm parameters, oxidative stress and Chromatin maturity in seminal fluid of infertile patients with varicocele Ali Jehad N. Al-Huwaizi | Faris Naji A. Al-Hady | Sahib Y. Al- Murshedi

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Baghdad Science Journal

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This study aimed to determine the effect of varicocelectomy on sperm parameters, oxidant- antioxidant status and chromatin maturity percent. The current study has been conducted on 154 infertile patients complaining from varicocele and varicocelomized men in addition to 25 fertile men as control. The results revealed significant decrease (P<0.05) in sperm concentration, progressive motile sperm percent, normal sperm morphology percent, GSH, SOD1, CAT levels and chromatin maturity percent and significant increase (P<0.05) in MDA and ROS concentrations in infertile patients with varicocele when compared to fertile men. The results revealed improvement (P<0.05) of sperm parameters quality, GSH, SOD1, CAT, MDA, ROS concentration and chromatin maturity percent in varicoceloctomized men compared with infertile men with varicocele. It is concluded that varicocelectomy could lead to an improvement of sperm parameters, the oxidant-antioxidant status and chromatin maturity percent but does not reach to the same levels in control group.

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Journal BS. Effect of varicocelectomy on sperm parameters, oxidative stress and Chromatin maturity in seminal fluid of infertile patients with varicocele. BSJ [Internet]. 5Jun.2016 [cited 9Aug.2020];13(2):0305. Available from: http://bsj.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/BSJ/article/view/2170
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