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- Biomedical Research (2010) Volume 21, Issue 1

Sperm motility index and it?s relation to sperm concentration in subjects with impaired fertility potential

A cross sectional study of sperm motility index (SMI) in normozoospermic and oligoasthenotera-tozoospermic males was undertaken to find correlation between sperm concentration and SMI. Two-hundred subjects with impaired fertility potential were screened for the routine semino-gram parameters along with SMI using sperm quality analyzer (SQA IIB) to find out the SMI in the population of central India and were divided into normozoospermia and oligoasthenoterato-zoospermia (OAT). The SMI in the normozoospermic group was 290 +106.93 and in OAT group it was 55 +26.02 (P<0.05). In conclusion, SMI has progressive linear relation with sperm concen-tration (coefficient of correlation 0.94)

Author(s): A.K. Singh, S. Tomar, A.R. Chaudhari, R. Singh

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