Short Communication - Journal of Genetics and Molecular Biology (2018) Volume 2, Issue 1
Male Factor Infertility.
A major public health problem, couple infertility represents a scientific, medical and financial challenge. However, the psychological impact of the whole procedure must not be neglected. At present, the study of the genetics of male infertility is upset by the analysis of polymorphisms. Thus, some polymorphisms or variant genes involved in the proper course of spermatogenesis are considered as potential risk factors that may contribute to the severity of spermatogenic defect. Majority of cases, the origin of the anomaly is not identified, many therapeutic means are available for infertile couples.Author(s): Sajida Sboui, Ahmed Tabbabi