This paper belongs to a series of applications of the Baccetti et al, formula (I) to the submicroscopical mathematical examination of human spermatozoa used for assisted reproduction. The present experiment concerns IVF a technique requiring careful evaluation of sperm quality to predict the success of the program. Our results demonstrate that the sperm submicroscopic characters introduced in the formula are clearly correlated with the result of IVF. In fact the two numbers concerning sperm quality (percentage of spermatozoa free from structural defects and total number in the ejaculate of spermatozoa free from defects) obtained in successful and unsuccessful NF groups, showed a large difference. The t distribution in both cases reached a significance of 0.005. The synthetic parameters obtained are therefore a good tool in the prediction of sperm power in in vitro insemination techniques. The most important characteristics seem to be the quality of the acrosomal complex, the status of the chromatin, the shape of mitochondria, the axonemal pattern, and the membrane integrity All these characteristics ai-e expressed with largely different means in successful and unsuccessful ejaculates (t distribution significant at 0.005). All these data confirm that submicroscopic mathematical diagnosis offers a convincing evaluation of sperm structure and function, involving all organelles, including acrosome function and cell motility. It is also demonstrated that sperm quality is a major factor in the success of NF and that it is clearly revealed by the integrity of the majority of the sperm organelles.

Piomboni, P., Strehler, E., Capitani, S., Collodel, G., DE SANTO, M., Gambera, L., et al. (1996). Submicroscopic mathematical evaluation of spermatozoa in assisted reproduction.2 . In vitro fertilization (Notulae seminologicae 7). JOURNAL OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTION AND GENETICS, 13(8), 635-646 [10.1007/BF02069642].

Submicroscopic mathematical evaluation of spermatozoa in assisted reproduction.2 . In vitro fertilization (Notulae seminologicae 7)

PIOMBONI, P.;CAPITANI, S.;COLLODEL, G.;GAMBERA, L.;MORETTI, E.;BACCETTI, B.
1996

Abstract

This paper belongs to a series of applications of the Baccetti et al, formula (I) to the submicroscopical mathematical examination of human spermatozoa used for assisted reproduction. The present experiment concerns IVF a technique requiring careful evaluation of sperm quality to predict the success of the program. Our results demonstrate that the sperm submicroscopic characters introduced in the formula are clearly correlated with the result of IVF. In fact the two numbers concerning sperm quality (percentage of spermatozoa free from structural defects and total number in the ejaculate of spermatozoa free from defects) obtained in successful and unsuccessful NF groups, showed a large difference. The t distribution in both cases reached a significance of 0.005. The synthetic parameters obtained are therefore a good tool in the prediction of sperm power in in vitro insemination techniques. The most important characteristics seem to be the quality of the acrosomal complex, the status of the chromatin, the shape of mitochondria, the axonemal pattern, and the membrane integrity All these characteristics ai-e expressed with largely different means in successful and unsuccessful ejaculates (t distribution significant at 0.005). All these data confirm that submicroscopic mathematical diagnosis offers a convincing evaluation of sperm structure and function, involving all organelles, including acrosome function and cell motility. It is also demonstrated that sperm quality is a major factor in the success of NF and that it is clearly revealed by the integrity of the majority of the sperm organelles.
Piomboni, P., Strehler, E., Capitani, S., Collodel, G., DE SANTO, M., Gambera, L., et al. (1996). Submicroscopic mathematical evaluation of spermatozoa in assisted reproduction.2 . In vitro fertilization (Notulae seminologicae 7). JOURNAL OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTION AND GENETICS, 13(8), 635-646 [10.1007/BF02069642].
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