To investigate the relationship between chronic infections detected in serum and semen quality. The pathogen burden is a concept consisting in the observation that, in patients with heart disease, damaging effects of the coronary arteries increase concomitantly with the number of agents responsible of chronic infections to which patients mounted a serological response. Previous observations that H. pylori infection may reduce the semen quality prompted us to perform the present study.

Moretti, E., Figura, N., Campagna, M.S., Iacoponi, F., Gonnelli, S., Collodel, G. (2017). Infectious Burden and Semen Parameters. UROLOGY, 100, 90-96 [10.1016/j.urology.2016.10.032].

Infectious Burden and Semen Parameters

Moretti, Elena;Figura, Natale;Campagna, Maria Stella;Iacoponi, Francesca;Gonnelli, Stefano;Collodel, Giulia
2017-01-01

Abstract

To investigate the relationship between chronic infections detected in serum and semen quality. The pathogen burden is a concept consisting in the observation that, in patients with heart disease, damaging effects of the coronary arteries increase concomitantly with the number of agents responsible of chronic infections to which patients mounted a serological response. Previous observations that H. pylori infection may reduce the semen quality prompted us to perform the present study.
Moretti, E., Figura, N., Campagna, M.S., Iacoponi, F., Gonnelli, S., Collodel, G. (2017). Infectious Burden and Semen Parameters. UROLOGY, 100, 90-96 [10.1016/j.urology.2016.10.032].
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