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Abstract

Volume 18, Issue 2 (March 2016) 18, 161–162; DOI:10.4103/1008-682X.172819

Varicocele and male infertility: current concepts and future perspectives

Ashok Agarwal, Sandro C Esteves

1American Center for Reproductive Medicine,
Cleveland Clinic, 10681 Carnegie Avenue, X‑11,
Cleveland, OH 44195, USA; 2ANDROFERT, Center
for Male Reproduction, Av. Dr. Heitor Penteado 1464,
Campinas, SP 13075‑460, Brazil.

Correspondence: Guest Editors for this Special Issue: Dr. A Agarwal (agarwaa@ccf.org) or Dr. SC Esteves (s.esteves@androfert.com.br)

Abstract

This Special Issue of Asian Journal of
Andrology is fully dedicated to the
thematic area of Varicocele, which has
been one of the most controversial issues
in the field of Urology, Andrology, and
Reproductive Medicine. Recognized as a
clinical entity for over a century, varicocele
from Latin: varix (dilated vein) and from
Greek: kele (tumor) still elicits heated
debate among scientists and clinicians on an
arguable negative effect on male fertility and
gonadal function and has fueled thousands
of scholarly articles since its first report in
the 18th century.

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