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Title

THE EFFECT OF HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUSES ON MALE INFERTILITY IN MEN

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ABDOLLAHIFARD SAREH

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Abstract

 BACKGROUND & AIM: INFERTILITY IN A COUPLE IS DEFINED AS THE INABILITY TO ACHIEVE CONCEPTION DESPITE ONE YEAR OF FREQUENT UNPROTECTED INTERCOURSE. MALE FACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR 23 PERCENT OF COUPLE INFERTILITY. A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRAL INFECTIONS AND MALE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IS OF IMPORTANCE TO BOTH THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL MEDICINE. HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUSES (HPV) ARE THE MOST FREQUENTLY SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED VIRUSES AND ETIOLOGICAL AGENTS OF SEVERAL HUMAN CANCERS. THIS INFECTION IN MEN IS ALSO A PROBLEM FOR PARTNERS CONTROVERSIAL RESULTS OF THE ROLE OF HPV IN INFERTILE POPULATION ON SPERM PARAMETERS HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED. THE AIM OF THIS STUDY WAS TO DETERMINE THE ROLE OF HPV INFECTION ON SPERM FUNCTION AND MALE INFERTILITY.

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